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mikekohr Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Sep-05-11 11:49 PM
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42. Anna Mae was "snitch-jacketed" by the FBI and that led to her murder
Edited on Mon Sep-05-11 11:50 PM by mikekohr
Who gave the order to execute her? It was not Hoover or Nixon. Tactics of the FBI and COINTELPRO, snitch-jacketing, paid infiltrators and provacateurs like Doug Durham will forever shame the law enforcement community but there is plenty of blame here to be spread around. No one is without sin in this matter.

I completely understand how the shootout began. It was self defense up to the final moments of the shoot-out. The execution of the wounded agents and the 36 years of lies is what keeps Peltier in prison.

Another read I highly reccommend is "The Death Of Raymond Yellow Thunder, and other true stories from the Nebraska-Pine Ridge border towns," by Stew Magnuson. The brutal and senseless murder of Raymond Yellow Thunder prompted Raymond's nephew Severt Young Bear Sr. to call upon the American Indian Movement for protection.


Friday, July 16th, 1993.
Severt Young Bear (Hehaka Luzaha, or Swift Elk), speaking of the
history of the Porcupine Singers of Brotherhood Community and the
intent of International Brotherhood Days. Severt related today, "I
have gained strength from the good things that are happening here
at Brotherhood Days."

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