Harlyn Geronimo, a direct descendant of, legendary Apache medicine man Geronimo, has sued Skull and Bones, the super-secret society at Yale University. Allegedly, in 1918, Skull and Bones member Prescott Bush (George W.’s dear grandpa) and his fellow buddies of the society took a little trip to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, and removed Geronimo’s head (they removed the hair and flesh using acid, of course) and several bones from his grave. They also stole a silver bridle that had been buried with him. With these new acquisitions, the Yalies decorated their “Tomb” – a building owned by the secret society.
In 2000, Apache leaders finally got a chance to meet with the Skull and Bones, under the agreement that Geronimo’s remains would be rightfully returned, in exchange for incriminating photos of their “Tomb.” But oh wait, never mind – the Skull and Bones gave them the skull of an Indian child instead, hoping to deceive the Apaches.
Those boys just won’t learn to behave.
So now, after years and years of being pushed around by the Skull and Bones, Harlyn Geronimo and his family have decided to sue the secret society (who still refuses to acknowledge its own existence). Owned!