So I've been following the saga of some starving horses north of Seattle, and recently learned that A.C. says they can't do anything because they are on tribal land. I am not as familiar with the law in this area as I probably should be so I'd like to know more.
Can we really do nothing when a horse is starving to death on tribal land?
Have any of you managed to do something when this is the case?
What should be done? How do you even find the information? I have an address but I don't know what tribe this would be - is there a map or something I can access?
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