[NY Times] HOUSTON — The descendants of Geronimo have sued Skull and Bones, a secret society at Yale University with ties to the Bush family, charging that its members robbed his grave in 1918 and have kept his skull in a glass case ever since.
The claim is part of a lawsuit filed in federal court in Washington on Tuesday, the 100th anniversary of Geronimo’s death. The Apache warrior’s heirs are seeking to recover all his remains, wherever they may be, and have them transferred to a new grave at the headwaters of the Gila River in New Mexico, where Geronimo was born and wished to be interred.
“I believe strongly from my heart that his spirit was never released,” Geronimo’s great-grandson Harlyn Geronimo, 61, told reporters Tuesday at the National Press Club.
Geronimo died a prisoner of war at Fort Sill, Okla., in 1909. A longstanding tradition among members of Skull and Bones holds that Prescott S. Bush — father of President George Bush and grandfather of President George W. Bush — broke into the grave with some classmates during World War I and made off with the skull, two bones, a bridle and some stirrups, all of which were put on display at the group’s clubhouse in New Haven, known as the Tomb.
Legend has it that Prescott S. Bush stole Geronimo’s skull.
“Of all the items rumored to be in the Skull and Bones’s possession, Geronimo’s skull is one of the more plausible ones,” said Alexandra Robbins, the author of “Secrets of the Tomb” (Little Brown 2002), a book about the society. “There is a skull encased in a glass display when you walk in the door of the Tomb, and they call it Geronimo.”
[Zurich Times] These are the types of Crimes against Humanity that Bush Crime Syndicate has been perpetrating for the past few decades. The time is approaching where their Crimes will be exposed, Justice will be done, and America will have to answer for its Past.
Not only in words will Justice be done, but also in deeds and actions. That is the promise of the Event that is about to unfold.
The Event to Come
The PBS Documenatary on this Legendary Warrior is worth the watch;
Narrator: As young as age six Geronimo learned to hunt. He would have spent hours crawling along the ground sneaking up on prey, catching birds with his bare hands. When he made his first kill he swallowed the animal’s heart raw and whole to insure a life of success on the chase.
Oliver Enjady, Chiricahua Apache: Young kids grow up dodging arrows, dodging rocks. They were taught to use the bow and arrow very early. They were taught to run and run and run as young ones. And then as they grew older, they depended on this.
Narrator: “No one is your friend,” Geronimo was told, but your legs, your legs are your friends.
Tim Harjo, Chiricahua Apache: There was always danger. There was always that fear, that just around the corner somebody would be coming across it to take your life.
He will rest in Peace soon and his Skull will be taken back from the Demons that have hijacked it just as they have hijacked the Fate of Humanity.