More Questions About Warren’s Native American Heritage Claims

July 3, 2012 12:00 AM
More Questions About Warren’s Native American Heritage Claims
" BOSTON (CBS) – There are more questions about Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren’s claims of Native American ancestry.

Cherokee genealogist Twyla Barnes of Missouri says she has the death certificate of Warren’s aunt, Bess Reed Veneck, in which her race is marked down as “white.”

It has been published on Barnes’ blog tracking Cherokee genealogy, Polly’s granddaughter .

Not only is her Aunt Bea listed as white, Warren herself was listed as the informant.

That’s the same aunt that Warren spoke of as Native American at a news conference back on May 3 in Braintree.

“I still have a picture on my mantle at home and it’s a picture that my mother had before that, a picture of my grandfather "

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