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ollaimh BS: Pres. Obama, Person of the Year 2012 (90* d) RE: BS: Pres. Obama, Person of the Year 2012 14 Jan 13


the real story about leonard peltier is to be seen from the first trial / the one where several co accused were aquited by and all white jury.

the jury found that the fbi were acting illegally on native land. that they were not legally on ythe property and refused to leave and began the shooting. of course this was their standard behavior on the pine ridge reservation at the time.

the agents were breaking the law and it cost them their lives. the second jury trial was a stitch up. the jury was barred from hearing most of the defense testimony, which was successfull at the first trial.

the fbi and bureau of indian affairs conducted a murderous terror campaign on pine ridge reservation during thoase years. they and their proxis the goons--and thats what the armed gangs the fbi armed and trained were called(guardiand of the oglala nation) killed over 600 hundred people . these murders have never been investigated.

maybe people don't like this being discussed on this thread but the facts are stark. the american government conducted a terror campaing against the natives of pine ridge. against some of the poorest and least powerfull in the world for speaking up abiout their experiences in the generations long genocide.

peltier deserves to be pardoned, the fbi should be charged criminally for their involvement in the terrorist murder of the 600


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