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Storeowners responded by arming inebriated customers with bats and fireworks, and offering them financial compensation, to confront the activists.Since April 30, 2013, activists have maintained a along the border to document illegal activities committed by Whiteclay liquor storeowners, such as selling to intoxicated patrons and solicitation.
"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 reads.
By ALCOHOL JUSTICE / July 7, 2013 LINCOLN, Neb., July 7, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ – Alcohol Justice is reporting that Oglala Sioux Tribal President Bryan Brewer will hold a press conference in front of the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission on Monday afternoon, July 8, 2013, to hopefully discuss new developments in stopping the illegal alcohol activity taking place in the town of Whiteclay, which borders the Pine Ridge, South Dakota Native American Reservation.
Earlier that day President Brewer will be meeting with the Nebraska Governor, Liquor Control Commission, and key state legislators to discuss possible solutions.
With this in mind, elders of Pine Ridge's Oglala Sioux tribe have decided to pursue a very modern-day solution to their modern-day problem: they are taking their fight against the "great remover" to the country's compensation courts.
A lawsuit filed last week against America's biggest brewing companies, Anheuser-Busch, In Bev, SABMiller, Molson Coors, Miller Coors and Pabst, along with the four off-licences in Whiteclay, seeks 0m (£310m) in damages for their alleged encouragement of the "illegal sale and trade in alcohol" to members of the tribe.