Donald Kakaygeesick v. Ken Salazar, etc., et al
Petitioner - Appellant: Donald Kakaygeesick
Respondent - Appellee: Ken Salazar, Secretary, United States Department of Interior and George Skibine, Secretary of the Bureau of Indian Affairs
Case Number: 10-1109
Filed: January 15, 2010
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Other Real Property

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August 12, 2010 Donald Kakaygeesick v. Ken Salazar, etc., et al

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Petitioner - appellant: Donald Kakaygeesick
Represented By: Donald Kakaygeesick
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Respondent - appellee: Ken Salazar, Secretary, United States Department of Interior
Represented By: Lonnie Frank Bryan
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Respondent - appellee: George Skibine, Secretary of the Bureau of Indian Affairs
Represented By: Lonnie Frank Bryan
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