Rejected by US courts, Onondaga Nation take centuries-old land rights case to worldwide panel

ONONDAGA NATION TERRITORY (AP) — The Onondaga Nation has protested for hundreds of years that unlawful land grabs shrank its territory from what was as soon as 1000’s of sq. miles in upstate New York to a comparatively paltry patch of land south of Syracuse.

It took its case to President George Washington, to Congress and, extra not too long ago, to a U.S. court docket.

All failed.