Complaint Review: Navajo Bee Project Joseph Chinnock - Internet
Navajo Bee Project Joseph Chinnock Navajo Bee Project raised 10,000$ for families and left them without bees. Colorado New Mexico Arizona Internet
*Author of original report: Rebuttal by Chinnock Another Fraud
*General Comment: Ivanski
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THE ORIGINAL REPORT IS UNDER THE LINE IMMEDIATELY BELOW
Joseph Chinnock on behalf of the Navajo Bee Project offered four families from Monument Valley, Halchita, Natrow Canyon and Black Mesa to fundraise for apiaries and bees, seeds, bat houses and bee equipment and education for specific families suffering from Uranium and Mining contamination on the Navajo Reservation. he indicated he was funded by Whole Foods Market for the bees but needed to raise additional monies for supplies and other expenses they claimed were needed to provide the seeds and bat houses and protective clothing including Geiger counters and other tools for the families to use. However during the projects fundraiser we became aware that Navjo Bee Project was sending out messages to donors indicating that several acres of land had become available for purchase and that the monies were being redirected to purchase this land for the families. When we realized the issue we requested evidence of the Kerr McGee Land sale and was verbally discounted by Chinnock who threatened to have us removed from the project for raising the issue regarding the fraudulent Kerr McGee Land sale. NAvajo Bee Project did not show up for two scheduled visits for the donation drop off and had indicated he had given the bees to someone else. However our families names were used. Our photographs and our stories in the fundraiser and the Navajo families are left without bees, cooperative sales of honey to Whole Foods and have been abused by Chinnock and his collective for raising the issue of our stories being misrepresented along with a fraudulent land sale with Kerr McGee that did not exist. We requested the return of the donations to the donors and were rejected.
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