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Hunters unite! Protect your individual equal hunting rights, vote NO Judge Anna Moran on election day Nov. 8, 2016. Judge Anna Moran ruled it is ok for ADF&G to require all applicants for a state ADF&G issued community subsistence permit (CSP) for caribou and moose in GMU 13, must practice or "convert" to Ahtna racial customs and traditions (C&T), under penalty of $10,000 fine and one year in jail for non-compliance (failure to convert to Ahtna racial C&T; including must have communal pot latch, moose head soup, and salvage the guts – stomach, intestines, colon, and head). The Ahtna CSP permitees get to hunt moose 10 days before any one else, AND can take any bull moose (no antler size restrictions). A judge who utterly grants a racial discrimination priority and fails to uphold constitutional equal rights for all individuals, should not be a judge. VOTE NO Judge Anna Moran, Kenai Superior Court Judge, on Nov.8, 2016. Her superior court decisions affect all Alaskans! Help protect YOUR rights and for future generations.
 

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Welcome to "Shooters Form" Kasilofken.

First of all I'm not an Alaskan resident, nor have I ever had the awesome opportunity to ever hunt Alaska.

That said, would you mind elaborating a bit, maybe try to explain things in a manner that may help those not familiar with what Ahtna is? Is this a tribe or some type religious entity? Sorry, I'm a bit slow, just ask anyone here at Shooters Forum.

Either way, just from the sound of the proposed restriction and requirements the proposal by this Judge sounds very discriminating toward the every day hunter, and seems to extend some form of exclusion from standard regulations for those who agree to convert to this entity, if I understand it.

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That said, would you mind elaborating a bit, maybe try to explain things in a manner that may help those not familiar with what Ahtna is?
Yea a lot of the acronyms and brevity codes that are used on forum postings are regional and sometimes cryptic. Makes it hard to get the message sometimes!
 

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Reply: Yes, Ahtna is an Athabaskan tribe in GMU 13

Hello, yes Ahtna is an Indian Athabaskan tribe (race) in interior Alaska in Game Management Unit 13. Ahtna has sent numerous tribal members and an attorney (John "Sky" Starkey) to every ADF&G Alaska Board of Game (BOG) meeting for years to coerce the BOG into passing the Ahtna racial hunting priority preference for State-owned caribou and moose. The Public Trust Doctrine is supposed to protect State resources of fish, game, and waters, for ALL residents of the State equally without racial priority. The BOG members are appointed, no professional qualifications, just appointed by geographic area. Judge Anna Moran exhibited extreme racial bias and prejudice in her court, Kenai Superior Court, by defying constitutional values, protections, and equal individual rights, and violated the Public Trust Doctrine. There are approximately 200 Ahtna hunters, and over 15,000 other hunters who must all "convert" to Ahtna racial customs and traditions as eligibility requirements to receive a Community Subsistence Permit (CSP) for GMU 13 caribou and moose, under penalty of $10,000 fine and one year in jail for permit non-compliance (failure to covert to Ahtna racial C&T). All Alaskan hunters and residents in the AK 3rd Judicial district (Kenai Peninsula, Anchorage, Homer, Mat-Su, Wasilla, Willow, Kodiak, Valdez), must unite and vote NO on Judge Anna Moran. What's next, racial discrimination for the state permanent fund dividend check? racial preference for fishing permits? or any state-issued permit!? Thanks for your time and support.
 

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The first post suggests that the judge is trying to reduce the number getting preference over other hunters, while maintaining "first nation" rights.
 
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