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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Northern California Headquarters
A woman accused of killing four people, including three of her relatives, at a tiny American Indian tribe's Northern California headquarters had been evicted from tribal housing because she was suspected of stealing from the tribe, the tribe's lawyer said Monday.
Aaron Negherbon, who founded the nonprofit TroopsDirect, said his organization has shipped more than 180,000 pounds of essentials to troops since 2010, giving a new meaning to the idea of a CARE package.