22 Jun 2009

US Justice Dept. asks judge to drop Obama from suit filed by Geronimo’s heirs

The U.S. Department of Justice asked a federal judge to limit the scope of a lawsuit filed by the descendants of legendary Apache warrior Geronimo.


The suit, which names President Barack Obama and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates along with Yale University and the secretive Order of the Skull & Bones fraternity, aims to have Geronimo’s physical remains and personal effects transported from Fort Sill, Oklahoma, to southern New Mexico for a proper tribal burial.

The Justice Department’s brief, filed with the U.S. District Court for Washington, D.C. on June 10, seeks to remove the president and defense secretary from the suit.


The suit alleges that members of the Order of the Skull & Bones fraternity, whose members are among the most powerful and wealthy in American history, stole some of Geronimo’s remains and moved them in secret to New Haven, Connecticut. It is rumored that a group of bonesmen, allegedly including Prescott Bush — a former U.S. Senator whose son and grandson were both Republican presidents — dug up Geronimo’s grave in 1918 and brought his skull to the society’s clubhouse.

Raw Story - US seeks to stop Geronimo lawsuit (BBC)

Also see:Yale Historian Finds Clue To Geronimo Skull and

Whose Skull and Bones? on Yale Alumni Magazine

This Alex Jones documentary exposes the connections between the Bohemian Club and Skull and Bones and other American occult secret societies.