Caverns Hold Key to Indian Trust Fund Case

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The closely guarded entrance to a Kansas cavern that stores records essential to the trust funds case. Frank Morris hide caption

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A car enters the entrance to the caverns where records are held.

The closely guarded entrance to a Kansas cavern that stores records essential to the trust funds case.

Frank Morris

Ten years ago a lawsuit by a group of Native Americans prompted a judge to order the Interior Department to investigate nearly a century of financial dealings involving Indian Trust Funds. As Frank Morris of member station KCUR reports, the setting for the investigation is a well-guarded cavern beneath the Kansas prairie.

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