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Friday, June 5, 2009

More regarding Brunswick Springs a.k.a. N'biz8bek

This article "Brunswick Springs: beautiful -- and tragic was dated June 24, 1987...Notice that the author of this article was written by Jamie Sayen who was the publisher of the Northern Forest Forum quarterly newsletter, of which in 1994 after Tom and Daisy Obomsawin relocated to North Stratford, New Hampshire, continued to interact with (and I, myself as well did illustrations which were published in this quarterly publication). It would appear that Wobanaki, Inc., the "non-profit" created for and with at least the beginning intent and purpose of receiving the monies in which Edward Verge of Island Pond, Vermont got from Penelope Newcomb "for Brunswick Springs" ($100,000.00 dollars worth of "Blue Chips Stock in a Telephone Company), began to have ISSUES/ PROBLEMS with the Town of Bloomfield, Vermont Selectman Brendon Whittaker. Obviously in August 1992 (see newspaper article in this posting) that Wobanaki, Inc. was aware and fully understoon "that the 85 acres of land which they were purchasing, would be taxes by the Town of Brunswick, Essex County, Vermont. But by October 1993, Wobanaki, Inc. Representative Tomas Obomsawin/ Abomsawin was "in conflict" with Mr. Brendon Whittaker and the Town of Brunswick, Vermont, thinking that since Mr. Whittaker Sr. was a Rector for the St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Groveton, New Hampshire, they (meaning Wobanaki, Inc.) could avoid and circumvent having to pay the taxes on the ground that they SAID Brunswick Springs a.k.a. N'biz8bek was "a sacred place", for praying. Also that it was an Ancestral Burial area for the Abenaki People. They (Tomas Obomsawin and paralegal David Bruyette) stated in a Court of Law, that they had a letter from a unidentified Vermont State Archeologist who had verified that N'biz8bek was an Abenaki Burial ground, yet this letter document was never forthcoming from neither Wobanaki, Inc., nor from Tom Obomsawin or David Bruyette.

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