War is dirty, cruel, and it’s time for Peltier to be released for he is a prisoner of war from a longtime battle fought in Indian County.
By Michael Enright, CBC News, April 6, 2014
On June 26, 1975, two FBI agents drove onto the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
Jack Coler and Ronald Williams were looking to arrest a man named Jimmy Eagle, who was suspected of stealing a pair of cowboy boots.
Pine Ridge had been a nightmare of violence, intimidation, murder and mayhem almost on a daily basis.
There had been more than 60 killings in just a couple of years in confrontations between members of the activist American Indian Movement, and groups of thugs who controlled life on the reservation.
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