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  • _ WHITECLAY PROTEST - About two dozen protesters gathered at the state Capitol to protest beer sales to American Indians in the northwest Nebraska village of Whiteclay.

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  • Hotz is the former owner of Jack and Jill Grocery in Whiteclay, which is now called the Whiteclay Market.

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  • Alcohol has been illegal on the reservation since 1832 but is readily available in Whiteclay, which is just 200ft from the edge of Pine Ridge.

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  • "The illegal sale and trade in alcohol in Whiteclay is open, notorious and well documented by news reports, legislative hearings, movies, public protests and law enforcement activities," the lawsuit states.

  • Nebraska lawmakers have struggled for years to curb the abuse in Whiteclay, and are considering a measure this year that would allow the state to limit the types of alcohol sold in troubled areas like it.

  • Leaders of the tribe blame the Whiteclay businesses for chronic alcohol abuse and bootlegging on the reservation, where all alcohol is banned.

  • The lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court of Nebraska also targets four off-site beer stores in Whiteclay, a Nebraska Panhandle town that, despite having only about a dozen residents, sold nearly 5 million cans of beer in 2010.

  • Mark Vasina, president of a community group Nebraskans for Peace, said the alcohol sales in Whiteclay amounted to 13,000 12-ounce cans of beer a day.

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  • The lawsuit, filed on Thursday in federal court in Lincoln, Nebraska, claims the defendants have knowingly turned Whiteclay into a major source of alcohol smuggling onto the reservation, selling volumes of beer "far in excess of an amount that could be sold in compliance with the laws of the state of Nebraska."

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  • The Oglala Sioux Tribe of South Dakota is suing vendors in the tiny town of Whiteclay, just over the border in the state of Nebraska, and is also demanding £322 million in damages from some of the world's largest brewing companies.

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