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Court Ruling Puts Cayuga Indian Nation Back In Cigarette Business

Cigarette sales resumed Friday at the Cayuga Indian Nation's LakeSide Trading convenience stores in Union Springs and Seneca Falls after state appellate judges in Rochester ruled in favor of the Indian nation in its tax dispute with Cayuga and Seneca counties. "The word is out," said B.J. Radford, retail operations manager for the Cayuga nation.

In a 4-1 decision released about 3 p.m., judges in the Fourth Judicial Department ruled that as a "qualified reservation," the Cayugas could sell unstamped cigarettes. In late November, sheriff's deputies in the counties raided the Cayugas' two LakeSide stores, seizing about 17,600 cartons of cigarettes. The Cayugas estimated the discount cigarettes were worth more than $500,000.

The Cayugas had not paid state excise taxes on the cigarettes, and the counties claimed that because the Cayugas did not have an official reservation they were violating state tax law. The nation's two stores lie within the Cayugas' former ancestral homeland around the north end of Cayuga Lake. The Cayugas argue that the territory is a reservation that was established by federal treaty and that it has never been disestablished.

The stores have been selling gas and sundries -- but no cigarettes -- since the raid. Radford said customers buying gas used cell phones to alert friends that the stores were back in the cigarette business. "The customer base seems to be excited," she said. "I'm surprised at how fast the word seems to be getting around."

The ruling also precludes prosecution of Nation officials by the counties. "The Nation is very gratified by this decision, which will permit it to resume doing what every other Indian tribe in the state has been doing for years without threat of criminal prosecution," said Dan French, the lawyer representing the Cayugas.

Philip Spellane, an attorney for the counties, said he has not yet met with county officials to discuss what their next step would be. The Cayugas had appealed a December ruling by state Supreme Court Judge Kenneth R. Fisher, who said the Cayugas did not have a qualified reservation status and thus could not sell tax-free cigarettes.

Fisher also allowed the counties to proceed with criminal tax-evasion charges against the Cayugas. District attorneys in both counties filed sealed indictments. The indictments were never opened, and an appeals court ruling later barred any prosecution until the court ruled on the Cayugas' appeal.

French said Friday's ruling bars any prosecution. The Cayugas maintain the confiscated discount cigarettes have spoiled in the more than seven months since the counties raided the stores, he said. French said the Nation will pursue a separate civil claim, suing the counties not only for the actual value of the cheap cigarettes but for revenue lost during the time the stores were closed. "The Nation anticipates lost revenues in the millions," he said.

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