The HTTR struggle continues, this time for what appears to be a bribe-for-karma gone wrong. Daniel Snyder and the Redskins organization have long been under fire for the organization's controversial team name. On Friday, the team was once again in the press for all the wrong reasons.

Reportedly, the team's Original Americans Foundation offered the Fort Yuma Quechan Tribe $250,000 to build a skate park. But according to Kenrick Escalanti, who serves as President for Kwatsan Media Inc., the tribe doesn't want the Redskins' money.

"We say no," Escalanti said, "There are no questions about this. We will not align ourselves with an organization to simply become a statistic in their fight for name acceptance in Native communities. We’re stronger than that and we know bribe money when we see it."

Well, there's no ambiguity there. For more on this story, check out the video above.

[via Indian Country]