State of Emergency Declared on the Pine Ridge Reservation

From Kamora Herrington via Facebook:

A State of Emergency has been declared on the Pine Ridge Lakota “Sioux” Indian Reservation. People have died. Many more people are at risk of freezing to death. Another cold front is coming in, yet where is the national media coverage?

Does the ‘Lacreek Electric Company’ – a non-Indian utility often thought to be prejudice, care that people are suffering, since they are pulling meters every day? (which is illegal throughout the rest of the u.s. during the winter months).

What will Obama and the federal government do about this? While they dig out Haitians, indigenous people right here may freeze to death. What are we going to do about it?

Help put this message out for help. The children and families of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation need our help now. It is urgent that all 40,000 residents of the Oglala Nation have electricity and propane.

Call LaCreek toll free at 800-655-9324 or (605)685-6581 to see how you can help pay into a customer’s account, example $5 into ten customers would require a $50 donation by you. Tell LaCreek to make sure tanks are full for ALL area residents between the months of November to March – and to collect any delinquent payments between April and October.

Also, check out this non-profit to see if it is appropriate for you:
Arlene Catches The Enemy 605-867-5771 Ext 13.
Tax Deductable, Non-Profit (501-c-3). She can take credit cards over the phone: Pine Ridge Emergency Fund, C/O Economic Development Administration
PO Box 669, Pine Ridge, SD 57770-0669

And call Lakota Plains Propane at 605-867-5199 and find out what homes have elderly or children and if they need money put down on their account to be able to have a warm home tonight.

List to assist Elders at Pine Ridge

Below are several Elders in the Kyle Community of Pine Ridge that are in immediate need of assistance. The contact information has been confirmed and permission has been granted to share their information with you.

There are several ways I will mention where assistance is needed and I’ll share here before I begin the information for where you can assist in paying for Propane for those who need it or to contact a local grocery store to pay for food for families who need this. Other ways of assisting the individual families will be listed with their contact information below.

To pay for propane for any individuals listed below use the information here and be sure to make your payment to the account of the individual(s) you choose to help. The propane company requires a minimum order of $120 of fuel before they will make a delivery to the individual. You can also pay for a persons propane and they will credit the individuals account so that when they do run out of any fuel they may have at the moment they can simply call and the company will deliver more.

Lakota Plains Propane (will take credit card)
Highway 407
Pine Ridge, SD 57770
605-867-5199
Be sure to request a receipt and use the contact for the person you are helping to call and followup to be certain they received the help you paid for.

Kyle Grocery (will take credit card)
Owner: Liz May
605-455-2824
Again be sure to follow up with the person you make a donation for to be sure they received the appropriate credit for purchasing food.

Elders in need are as follows:

Adolph Bull Bear
605-454-2190

He remains in need of continued assistance for propane, his son who is disabled lives with him and he is in need of food assistance which you can contact Kyle grocery (above) to make a donation for food. He will also need help with his electric bill.

Arlene Talks (age 72)
605-407-8243
She has a daughter and a granddaughter (age 7) who lives with her and is in need of propane and food assistance and you can contact the propane and grocery above to assist. You could also contact her for mailing address to send items for her granddaughter such as clothes, etc.

Janice One Feather (age 61)
605-455-2889
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 44, Kyle SD 57752
For Propane Delivery give House # 307
She has two grandsons living with her. Asa Steele age 7 and Dillon Westover age 9. You can mail donations for the two boys to the mailing address above for her and if you mail by fedex, UPS, etc use the house #307 Kyle SD 57752. She is in desperate need of food assistance and propane and you can use the info for propane and grocery companies above to pay for those items.

Donna Garnette
605-455-2527
605-441-7541

She has two grandchildren (Boy and girl), you can contact her for an address to offer assistance in clothes, etc for the children. She is in need of Propane and food assistance and you can use the info above for both companies to assist them with that.

Lilly Mae Red Eagle (age 88)
605-455-2612
Mailing address: P.O. Box 2, Kyle SD 57752
For propane delivery give House #HC2

She is in need of Propane and food assistance. You can use the info above for both companies to assist them with that. For deliveries by fedex, ups, etc use the house #HC2 Kyle SD 57752

Perlene Yellow Wolf (age 65 approx)
605-455-1458

She is in need of propane and food assistance. She lives with her daughter Crystal and three children. You can use the info above for both companies to assist them with that. They have a lot of problems with pipes freezing so if anyone in the immediate area could help with this that would be greatly appreciated.

May you be richly blessed for sharing your blessings with these elders and ensuring some relief to their suffering. Please help now as the need is immediate but please remember to help again in the future if you are able to as their needs are continual. Thank you in advance for sharing your love and helping these elders.

Raven Skye WinterHawk

37 Responses to “State of Emergency Declared on the Pine Ridge Reservation”

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  2. Ironic Jesus Says:

    sorry to hear of your suffering there. thank goodness we are in Arizona, although it does actually freeze here, but not yet. I wish I had some money to send you there. We are barely making it here. no work, and lots of hoplessness. I was walking around in circles the other day muttering to myself “what do you have to show for your life?”, to which the spirits boomed out “hahaha… you certainly have a better sense of humor !” I laughed my heart out… proving them soooo right. I hope to die laughing. it will be a great accomplishment.

  3. I am a long time friend of a number of people on Pine Ridge for the past 12 years. Yes there is great need and I have helped many a person with electric & propane over the years. But I think it is wrong to villify LaCreek & Lakota Plains for their shut off policies. I live in Wisconsin and only a small fraction of people cannot pay for utilities. On Pine Ridge the number would be astronomical and you know it. Furthermore, nobody would be able to pay what was used over winter so their utiolities would be turned off permanently in the spring as they would never be able to catch up. Both those companies would go under if there was a “no shut off” policy. Unfortunately with the alcoholism, dysfunctionalism, lack of jobs, lack of credit, and general poor spending choices 90+% of people out there would not have the money. Only the threat of turn off exerts the pressure needed for many to budget enough to keep those basics going. I love my Lakota friends dearly and go to visit several times a year. I love the place and the culture and I like people for who they are today, not some fantasy of the past. But I also know first hand how it works out there and I know what I am saying is true, it is not meant disrespectfully, it is just how life works on Pine Ridge for many endemic reasons. I do think what you are doing trying to get help to people is commendable and help with vital utilities is most crucial, so bless you for that. Diane from Wisconsin

  4. I applaude you for bringing to America’s attention the suffering going on there, and especially for providing contacts and names of how and who to help, but factually it is not against the law anywhere to pull an electric meter during the winter if the heat source is solely provided by heating fuel. Especially for places that get fuel deliveries, no cold weather rule legally applies to them.

  5. Oh for chrissake, how can anyone blame the people living on the Pine Ridge Rez for not being able to allocate their miserly funds appropriately. Guess they should take a class on knowing how to increase their portfolio. Please. The utility companies are robbing these poor people, just like they were robbed of their land and forced to live in that open deplorable harsh environment. The United States government should provide decent, livable, well-insulated homes for the residents of Pine Ridge and the government should pay the heating and cooling bills for each and every resident of the reservation. I give every winter to charities that help the people at Pine Ridge, but I’m not in a financial position to keep the heat on for everyone. The conditions on Pine Ridge should have more media attention. We need to get a big, nationwide news network to take a look at the conditions and do an expose` about Pine Ridge. Maybe if more people knew of the poverty and shameful way these proud people have been treated, somebody would help or push the government into doing the right thing, for once. If anyone out there in cyberland has the right connections and/or financial backing to make a documentary about Pine Ridge…please step up to the table and HELP!!

    • Sally I agree with you 100 percent and commend you for being a HUMAN person who has kept her humanity intact and for calling it as it is and i too pray that enough people step up to the table and help pressure the govt into tdoing the right thing by THE PEOPLE Yakoke

      • Do you seriously think the Gov is going to give a dam or respect the people of Pine Ridge? It makes me sick to see how the people who founded this country, lived here in peace until others from far away, lands decided to rape the American Indian’s of their land, money, made them live in camps like animals. Took away their nation.
        Instead of the Gov helping, they just turn a blind eye. “So many more pressing” things like funding wars in other country’s. Gee, and we the people have to plead to get help when we need it. It seriously makes me i’ll and I wish I lived closer so I could do more.

  6. sally, great ideas!
    Diane and Gobrien, shame! Blaming the people of Pine Ridge for freezing to death, and upholding the rights of a utility to decimate the people is racist and propagandistic. And you call yourself a friend? And you’re welcome on the reservation?
    Where is AEOA to work for the people of Pine Ridge? And the gov bails out the 1%? And we, all of us, Diane, give the 1% bonuses for bringing the world to its knees? But there’s not enough money to heat people’s homes in the coldest part of the U.S.?

  7. Let me tell you something. The hasidic jews here get every handout from the state medicaid, SSI, welfare, food stamp credit cards ETC along with federal grants, all with counterfeit IDs, they have large families and pay no taxes. They sell diamonds and gold amongst other cash trades such as porn and prostitution. Yet they claim to be the poorest community in the US. There is NO reason that the Pine Ridge cant have emergency propane, food ETC. Its bullshit.

  8. Diane, the problems you mention can be found in any poverty-ridden community. They are symptoms of the culture of poverty. I know there are opportunities to get out, but it’s not as easy as people who’ve never lived in poverty think it can be. Hopelessness and desperation do a number on one’s head.

    Thanks for posting this, Raven.

  9. The Government should fund low cost building for homes of every resident and family that lives on a reservation. These homes should have solar panels, wood burning cook stoves, propane water heaters and compost toilets. The government should pay for all of it. Instead of us relieing on elctricity cultivated from a dam why dont we use energy given to us from father skiy? And if these homes were built all these family would not need help with energy costs because the energy would be given free from the sun.

  10. The fact that anyone in the United States is freezing to death or unable to eat is not only atrocious but completely avoidable! The Pine Ridge res is one blaring example of how greedy and uncaring the people in this country are, and there is no excuse for it. There are enough resources wasted every day to ensure that none of us go without, yet there are still places like Pine Ridge where humanity is an unknown concept and the only consistent is hardship. I have a great respect for the traditions of the indigenous peoples around the world, and I recognize that these cultures are ALL under genocide attacks from corporations and political factions. All over money. Gold mines. Mineral rights. Water. Diamonds. Trees. Not one bit of it is being done to actually help humans of any culture, it’s all to increase profits. Send help to the residents of Pine Ridge, because if the “regular” folks don’t do it no one will. Help the residents of the planet by actively finding ways to live a more sustainable life. Stop buying gold and diamonds. Stop eating at restaurants that throw food away. Stop buying coffee that’s not fair trade. Change your buying habits to reflect your feelings. Sacrifice some of your creature comforts to send a message loud and clear to the corporations that things need to change, or expect to watch many more than just those in the Dakotas starve.

  11. Make this as public as you can,send an urgent message to the Red Cross-
    buy second hand generators , make a call for second hand generators….

    A reserve up here northern Canada has called a state of emergency too.

    Heat pumps are the best source of heat.
    If you could get a bulk order from shinco, they would save a lot of money, I wish I lived near you as I would round up generators and heat pumps.

    I will do what I can. Bless your nation

  12. http://www.redcross.org/portal/site/en/menuitem.1a019a978f421296e81ec89e43181aa0/?vgnextoid=63f103784bd21310VgnVCM10000089f0870aRCRD&vgnextchannel=23f28d5f8b6de110VgnVCM10000089f0870aRCRD

    The above link is to the North Dakota chapter of the American Red Cross….. EVERYONE, contact them and tell/ask them to please help these people.

    thank you.

  13. I know I am going to sound ignorant BUT, would’nt it be more practical to get a fund to have wood stoves or fire places installed in the homes. Wood is a lot cheaper then fuel. You can get donations of wood a lot quicker then money. There are a lot of cheap people in this country. It also amazes me that anyone in this country should go without food, water and heat. Our government is too busy worrying about other countries. The white man stripped the American Indian of land, food, and proper housing. (Yes I have American Indian in me. My Grandmother was 100%) There are people who up grade wood stoves and there are several “free” on Craig’s list. I bought my wood stove for my summer home for Under $200. Now the food issue is something that makes me very sad. No one should ever go hungry. Ever. My donation is on its way.

    Mark

  14. People who have everything they need tend to take it for granted that they deserve what they have and many such entitled feeling about it! Such people forget how to feel grateful and even look down on those of us who have to beg to stay alive. They forget we are a family. If we remembered we are all related how could we let anyone go cold or go hungry? I live close enough to the edge of real poverty, perhaps that’s why I can easily empathize with how it must feel. I believe it takes real strength, it is so humbling to ask for help knowing full well that those who can help the most may choose not to, and for such very mean spirited reasons… I get SSI for being ill & disabled. Every month after the bills get paid the bank account’s empty again but I do have at least a little pocket money left to decide what I want to do with. This month nothing seems more important than to share what I have with you, i just truly wish it could be more!

  15. Give to those who have given so much to preserve our land!

  16. There is a documentary about Pine Ridge in the works, but today is the only day we have and the day we need to help our brothers and sisters,,, So I speak blessings to all of you, for I know that I too, was nearly homeless because of the grief in my heart… and people helped me, and when the Creator showed me to be grateful for even a quarter on the ground, my life changed… so I am sending you what I have in gratitude for what I was given… as it was a gift, to be shared, until it overflows and is then forever flowing forward…

  17. OST Energy/Heating Assistance Fund
    Attn.: OST Treasurer
    P.O. Box 2070
    Pine Ridge, SD 57770

    I just sent my donation but I also have a woodstove I can donate but need to figure out a way to get it to PR. If anyone knows of students at Dartmouth or University of VT who may be returning to the reservation for winter break and could get it there,please contact me at grizzlymama@juno.com. It is a small VT castings-heats 900-1200 sq ft.

  18. One Spirit has a firewood program, which delivers wood to people in need on the Rez, and employs local men to do so. They have a lot of really wonderful ways to directly help people at Pine Ridge. Please look at their site, and find a way to help. It’s the most approachable organization I’ve found. I sponsor two young boys on the Rez, and it’s a wonderful experience. http://www.nativeprogress.org

    • I am presently working to fulfill the heating needs on the Lakota reservation. One of the many problems facing the people is organizations and people who put up illegitimate sites to gather money for the people for basic needs. I can vouch for One Spirit, they are an excellent organization, and there is not one Elder Or family that I have worked with that has anything bad to say about them! They are really good at doing what they sat they will do! However ,I’m sure they would love to provide propane and electricity , but they are underfunded, and they need help. That being said I can tell you that there are lots of crowd funding sites and people out there that are trying to help, but the need is too great and because of the illegitimate organizations and individuals that choose to make money off the misery of the people, there are a lot of wasted funds. I go to peoples homes there, I talk with them and see the need. I am working in conjunction with a circle of elder women called the Tetuwan Grandmothers Society and I can tell you who is being naughty! I can also tell you that ALL donations go straight to the utility because when you call me, I simply give you the next name on my list and YOU the Donor call Lakota Plains Propane or La Creek Electric and make your donation! COMPLETELY TRANSPARENT the way the Grandmothers want it! I work in excess of 12 hours a day making sure that the heating needs of the people are met, and I cannot keep up with the needs. I do not get paid to do this! I cannot un-see the suffering of the people or turn away until I have done everything I can possibly do to keep the people from freezing to death! I have way more time than money to give!!!These are NOT people that are wasting their money. These are people who are disabled elders, families with infants and young children that cannot make 500.00 average income per month cover 800.00 average living expenses! who could!? the tribe helps some, but not enough, so please, If you really want to help, call me or Facebook me and I will give you the next name on my list! It is – 7F as I write this and we just had an elder nearly freeze in her trailer last night because she had no source of heat AT ALL!! Thank god someone checked on her because they got her to the hospital!!
      Cetandi Bolger 909-496-1126 (I do not take donations myself) or if you would like to help a very experienced legitimate organization provide wood, food jobs and other programs, contact onespirit!

  19. When was the last time this site was updated? From what I can find, it was January 2010…that was nearly two years ago. Will you please update this page, so that we may assist ‘real’ people in need? We know nothing about the above-listed folks’ present conditions and I further request a small synopsis, telling us their present situations. Thanks for making it possible to help others!

    LuAnn
    Wisconsin

    • I am presently working to fulfill the heating needs on the Lakota reservation. One of the many problems facing the people is organizations and people who put up illegitimate sites to gather money for the people for basic needs. I can vouch for One Spirit, they are an excellent organization, and there is not one Elder Or family that I have worked with that has anything bad to say about them! They are really good at doing what they sat they will do! However ,I’m sure they would love to provide propane and electricity , but they are underfunded, and they need help. That being said I can tell you that there are lots of crowd funding sites and people out there that are trying to help, but the need is too great and because of the illegitimate organizations and individuals that choose to make money off the misery of the people, there are a lot of wasted funds. I go to peoples homes there, I talk with them and see the need. I am working in conjunction with a circle of elder women called the Tetuwan Grandmothers Society and I can tell you who is being naughty! I can also tell you that ALL donations go straight to the utility because when you call me, I simply give you the next name on my list and YOU the Donor call Lakota Plains Propane or La Creek Electric and make your donation! COMPLETELY TRANSPARENT the way the Grandmothers want it! I work in excess of 12 hours a day making sure that the heating needs of the people are met, and I cannot keep up with the needs. I do not get paid to do this! I cannot un-see the suffering of the people or turn away until I have done everything I can possibly do to keep the people from freezing to death! I have way more time than money to give!!!These are NOT people that are wasting their money. These are people who are disabled elders, families with infants and young children that cannot make 500.00 average income per month cover 800.00 average living expenses! who could!? the tribe helps some, but not enough, so please, If you really want to help, call me or Facebook me and I will give you the next name on my list! It is – 7F as I write this and we just had an elder nearly freeze in her trailer last night because she had no source of heat AT ALL!! Thank god someone checked on her because they got her to the hospital!!
      Cetandi Bolger 909-496-1126 (I do not take donations myself) or if you would like to help a very experienced legitimate organization provide wood, food jobs and other programs, contact onespirit!

  20. http://dss.sd.gov/energyassistance/ This is a federally funded program that will provide assistance to those in need.

  21. I believe the US gov’t should compensate for the loss in income that has accrued over the years since it has stolen the land belonging to our Native Americans and their sustainable way of life they had prior to US interference. And it should give them back (wherever possible) the land it stole and help them in every way possible to overcome the ill effects this rape of their culture and people has caused them.

    The US should insist on this compensation for every culture and community it has encouraged and/or allowed greed to destroy and impoverish. (including native Hawaiians, Philippines, Iranians, and several countries in South and Central America.) Those companies/entities (Dullus, just to name one) who gained wealth via these methods are the ones that must pay, collectively, for this restoration.

    In the meantime, we must help these people as much as WE can and also determine which entities now in operation are those who profited/profit from this exploitation and BOYCOTT them until they compensate.

    Nobody even sneezed at requiring compensation from German companies exploiting Jews and others during the Nazi regime, though it wasn’t enough to pay what what was done.

    I’m not sure where the boycotts and demands for restoration should begin, but perhaps the place to start are those discussed on this website and associated with the Railroad and, I believe, the Federal Reserve Banks, and those (like Dole fruits) discussed in Kinzer’s book, for one, OVERTHROW.
    http://www.academicamerican.com/recongildedage/topics/gildedage1.html
    Andrew Carnegie: Railroads and Steel
    John D. Rockefeller: Oil
    Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt: Shipping and Railroads
    John Jacob Astor: Real Estate and Fur
    Henry Clay Frick: Steel
    Jay Gould and James Fisk: Railroads and Finance
    Andrew Mellon: Finance
    Leland Stanford: Railroads
    John Pierpont Morgan: Finance
    Collis P. Huntington: Railroads
    Charles Crocker: railroads
    George Mortimer Pullman: Railroads
    Thomas Alva Edison and the Business of Invention: Edison is not generally included in the category of “robber barons,” but his name should be included among the industrial giants of the Gilded Age.

  22. When are we going to start taking care of our own people first before we save the rest of the world? You don’t have to travel to far away countries to find suffering and hunger right here in the U.S.A.

  23. Hey, I’ve been spreading the word, but one of my followers pointed out that the date on this post appears to be from last year. I came to check it out, and that’s true, but all the comments are current. Is that just a coding boo boo, or is this last year’s news? Can anyone give me a heads up?

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  25. Richard Boyden Says:

    HELLO everyone. I am the one who WROTE THAT ARTICLE! Someone is PLAGIARIZING it and using under the guise of FRAUD because at the present THERE IS NO EMERGENCY! And of course the FOLKS FROM PINE RIDGE (the most corrupt rez on Turtle Island cept for Ft. Peck in MT.) who have read it KNOW THAT and of course they say NOTHING! TYPICAL! The list of Elders that you see was from a list given me from Fern Red Owl and Ann Apple who are from Kyle on PR. AT THAT TIME they had needs but not everyone on the list was the same in terms of EMERGENCY NEEDS! Now I am not sure. The PROBABLE PLAGIARIZER and LIAR is a “Raven WinterHawk” who is also a FRAUD…as that is not her real name. When I ran Operation Morning Star…the “adoption/assistance” program NEVER TOOK MONEY DIRECT but I set up a “matchmaking” arrangement between the “adopter” and the “adopted” where monies were not sent to OMS or those being helped but to either CRYSTAL who is the OWNER of Lakota Propane in the NAME OF THE ELDER and same with SIOUX NATIONS FOODS (talk to Mona) and also LaCreek. This way you know where your money goes to as well as being given contact info…which you see in the OLD ARTICLE! Now when the REAL STATE OF EMERGENCY EXISTED…I advised that NO MONEY BE SENT TO ANY TRIBAL ENTITY! Dean Patton was treasurer then under the CRIMINAL LEADERSHIP of Theresa Two Bulls (google her name and corruption). Patton REFUSED to show how the over $100,000 dollars was used but I can assure you…NONE OF IT HELPED THOSE IN NEED! Same with 5th Member Myron Pourier…I asked him where the money’s went…NO ANSWER or documentation! So what we have here is ANOTHER PINE RIDGE SCAM PROGRAM taking advantage of GOOD HEARTED “Outsiders”! I suggest helping Cheyenne River or Rosebud or the Norther Cheyenne…Crow Creek or those on Standing Rock! So since then, after 15 years etc…and am sure after posting this…I will be “slandered” etc…I terminated my charity. I have “paid my dues” etc. and taken grief from Whites, Indians, etc…NO MORE…retired for life now. I commend anyone who has a “heart of compassion”. My only counsel is to “caste not your pearls before swine”…meaning “qualify FIRST” who is worthy and NEVER TRUST A TRIBAL IRA “Hang around the fort” government of folks who in most cases…care less about anyone other then their “nepotistic INDIAN MAFIA relations” who run PINE RIDGE! http://www.operationmorningstar.org

    • WOW!!! i made my comment and then I saw yours Richard. We should talk!… I have a naughty and nice list, and I am working to stop the fraud by coalition building.If everyone would and could work together there would be so much strength and it would limit the ability of those who choose to live fat off the misery of the people.! If you are still involved, please contact me🙂 and If you are not, Please contact me anyway🙂

  26. Richard Boyden Says:

    p.s. “RAVEN” took the information I gave her and “passed it around” in the FORM and “partial” language from what I gave her. “That’s all folks”! God bless and Blessings during this sacred time of the year!

  27. Tsk, tsk, tsk…sounds like the political parties of the United States. They have the same mindset, “hooray for me and screw you”. Karma will slap the corrupt thugs down and then they will cry to the people, “oh, woe is me…please help me”. And UN-like Jesus who would turn the other cheek to get abused again, the people will spit on them and laugh and point out their stupidity.

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  32. I did contact the liberal media man himself, Michael Moore, on his Facebook page and told him this would make a great movie/documentary where he could show the government’s complete disregard and even hostility towards the REAL Americans of this country, the Native Americans. I told him to pay particular attention to the Pine Ridge Rez and the people that are freezing and starving in that barren wasteland. That was a couple of months back and I haven’t seen a thing on his site about anything Native. I also couldn’t find my post but he gets about a thousand posts a day. If we could get Michael Moore to look into the suffering, poverty, abuse and total lack of empathy on the part of big government…oh, I meant big corporations, same thing nowadays…I don’t see how Mr. Moore could visit Pine Ridge in January and not have the cameras back in February to do a complete expose. Guess we’ll have to wait and see if Michael Moore will stand with us…or ignore us, like so many others that get on camera and say, “oh, it’s a travesty” and then have their chauffer drive them to the 15 bed mansion they have rented and tell cook to make him a porterhouse.

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