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Dear Citizen Attorney, Our Tennessee Melungeons were once thought to be part Negro, but DNA proves that hardly any have Negro blood. However, they do have Turkish genes. In fact, there are cultural exchanges between the two peoples now. The Greek Herodotus mentioned them, calling them the Melanchaeni. The same is true of the Cherokees. There is even a travel agency in Oklahoma, specializing in trips to Turkey for the Cherokee. Their real name Xilakoo (I think that's the way they pronounce it. It also means "Cilician." The Navajo DNA proves they're from Mongolia. That's why they don't want the Mormons to call them Lamanites. The Caddos have already acknowledged their India roots, for Khaddi is the real name of the Phoenicians. Gene

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