CN is now a Major Tribe
Kayln Free is suing printing company Target Marketing Printing because they stated that she is a political insider for a “Major Tribe”. We can only assume that they are referring to the Cherokee Nation. A February 2019 story in the Cherokee Nation newspaper, Cherokee Phoenix, connects Free to then candidates Chuck Hoskins, Jr., Bryan Warner, and Debra Proctor via a fundraising campaign. Free also served as legal consultant for former Cherokee Principal Chief Bill John Baker.
According the Muskogee Phoenix, Free has stated that , “Dark money is being funneled into Muscogee Creek Nation’s elections, and the attorney general’s office has done nothing to investigate this crime. This is yet another example of the corruption within the Nation that Bim Steve Bruner will stop as chief..”
Bim Steve Bruner, AKA Kayln Free’s husband has been charged with a number of fraudulent activities. Many of the stories relate to a 2017 raid of a restaurant on Bruner’s tribal allotment, which uncovered over 100 unlicensed gambling machines. Most recently, fresh felony charges have been filed in tribal court against Bruner.
In fact, four criminal conspiracy charges were filed in Muscogee (Creek) Nation District Court against Bim Stephen Bruner in connection with an attempt to open a casino in Broken Arrow.
Take a peek at Ms. Free’s historical past with the Cherokee Nation.