“MY fatha Russell…….”
This is how it goes….when she starts cherping nonsense, you start mouthing the words. But she is not her father. Nothing like him and she is trying to attach herself to the memory of Russell Peters Tribal Chairman of 25 years for any positive residue she can salvage.
Paula is running for Secretary. She needs to be running for cover with her sactamonious blather. Since she wants to talk about being a Peters…let’s talk about it. Like all families …they fight and stop speaking…but like all families they duke it out face to face….especially Jim. He likes to argue. Most Peters are smart asses. And they think they’re the smartest in the room. Sometimes they are..
But Paula, she’s a weak, sniveling disloyal, power grabbing insecure woman who has been bad mouthing her relatives to other Mashpee to get votes.
She talked about her cousin Gayle to Tribal members pledging to take her off the rolls if she were elected. Right. She can’t look Gayle in the eye and damned near peed on her self when she saw her in Roche Brothers last time she was home.
With only two Elder Peters alive, Paula is not a favored niece for sure.
But Paula, you denegrated your Aunt Anne, you of all people accused her of neglegance. You forget your Aunt Anne knows of your total humiliation …but out of deference to her brother Russell she, unlike you will say nothing of the lie you’re living. Despite the fact that it’s common knowledge to everyone in the Tribe.
You are not worthy….ever.
Monthly Archives: January 2017
So when do we get some leaders? When do we get some officers who work for us instead of embarrassing us and stealing from us and lying to us about our future. The public humiliation should stop. From the Cape Cod Times…
Tribe treasurer faces OUI charge
By Ethan Genter
FALMOUTH – The treasurer of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe pleaded not guilty Tuesday in Falmouth District Court to drunken driving after he was arrested on New Year’s Eve, according to police and court documents.
Robert Hendricks, 39, of East Falmouth, pleaded not guilty to operating under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, and marked lanes violation.
Police stopped Hendricks and noted the odor alcohol. While reaching into the glove box to get his license and registration, Hendricks’ car started to roll away, police wrote. They took the key out of the ignition after repeatedly asking him to put the car in park.
Inside the car were multiple liquor bottles, police wrote. Hendricks later declined to take a blood-alcohol breath test.
Hendricks was released on personal recognizance and is due back in court Feb. 16.