Mashpee tribe divided over finances


New leaders may control the daily operations of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe, but the same old complaints fester. Outspoken opponents of chairman Cedric Cromwell and his administration have called for a tribal meeting Sunday. They are seeking information about tribe finances and a quickly dissolving deal with casino investors. It's been six months since Cromwell took over the tribe, which had been tainted by a scandal involving its former chairman and secretive deals.