We've come across three more affidavits (PDF) that were attached to CU's opposition to The Perfesser's Motion For Reinstatement, including:
University of Arizona American Studies Professor Emeritus Tom Holm:
My reading of the problem today leads me to conclude that Churchill should not be returned to his position at the University of Colorado. I have never really considered Churchill to be a scholar or journalist, but have always seen him as a creative writer and essayist whose writings were provocative but not well-documented or particularly illuminating. Those of us who have been in the field have heard these arguments before. Churchill attempts to pass ideology off as theory. Ultimately, however, he should not be denied a return to his position simply because a group of professors believe that he's a bad scholar. His return should be denied because of the harm he has already done and the further harm his haphazard scholarship will do to American Indian academicians and students in the future.Native American artist David Bradley
During his tenure at the University of Colorado, Ward Churchill has irreparably damaged Indian Studies and the Indian community by teaching and publishing numerous books that lie or distort the truth. His published lies and distortions are then taught as fact to unsuspecting students across the country. If Ward Churchill is reinstated to his position at CU, his reinstatement will further damage the scholarship of Indian Studies. Repairing the damage Churchill has inflicted on Indian Studies and the Indian community will require hard work by many Native scholars and professionals in the future; Churchill's continuing presence at CU as a professor who harms Indian studies and the Native Community would serve only to undermine that work. I believe that Churchill would not have been able to publish his slanderous books, if he had not had his position, and the illusion of scholarship, at CU. Churchill should not be allowed to use the power and prestige of CU to further damage the academic world and the Indian community.and Creek Indian Robert Trepp
[...] I am convinced that the particular claims of "genocide" by Mr. Churchill, followed by his pseudo-academic summersaults [sic] to belatedly provide documentation by quoting himself and by quoting others who were quoting him, are particularly onerous because there are actual instances in Mvskoke (the proper spelling of our language and alphabet) history which, although mentioned in general histories, are not sufficiently studied in detail, nor studied by tribal members, and which some day require that an honest researcher make the claim of actual or attempted genocide, and that his claim of being Mvskoke (whether actual or self-identified) seems not to be real, either in his historical research subject matter nor in his cultural life where he sets an example for native students.