Free Republic 4th Quarter Fundraising Target: $88,000 Receipts & Pledges to-date: $12,732
14%  
Woo hoo!!! And the first 14% is in!! Thank you all very much!! God bless.

Keyword: leonardpeltier

Brevity: Headers | « Text »
  • Murderous Barbarian Blames “White Racist America” for His Problems

    08/26/2009 10:26:57 AM PDT · by HorowitzianConservative · 22 replies · 673+ views
    NewsReal Blog ^ | August 26, 2009 | Claude Cartaginese
    Warning: This post contains a graphic depiction of the murder of two FBI agents.In the early summer of 1975, activists from the American Indian Movement (AIM), who had been staging a takeover of the Pine Ridge reservation at Wounded Knee, South Dakota, noticed two vehicles pull into the compound. The cars belonged to FBI agents Jack R. Coler, 28, and Ronald A. Williams, 27, who had come to serve an arrest warrant on a Native American kidnapping suspect named Jimmy Eagle. Leonard Peltier and two AIM comrades involved in the Pine Ridge takeover thought the agents were coming after...
  • FBI Responds to United States Parole Commission Decision to Deny Parole to Leonard Peltier

    08/22/2009 1:33:27 AM PDT · by Cindy · 16 replies · 1,139+ views
    FBI.gov - Press Release ^ | August 21, 2009 | n/a
    Note: The following text is a quote: http://www.fbi.gov/pressrel/pressrel09/harrington082109.htm August 21, 2009 FBI Responds to United States Parole Commission Decision to Deny Parole to Leonard Peltier Statement of Thomas J. Harrington, Executive Assistant Director, FBI Criminal, Cyber, Response, and Services Branch: The FBI family has never forgotten the ultimate sacrifice made by FBI Special Agents Jack Coler and Ronald Williams, and we fully support the decision of the United States Parole Commission to deny parole to Leonard Peltier. His callous criminal acts demonstrated a complete disrespect for human life and for the law. His time served in jail for their 1975...
  • Former FBI agents say: Anna Mae Awaits Justice 6-27-07 ( Ward Churchill and AIM )

    06/30/2007 5:52:11 AM PDT · by george76 · 8 replies · 1,012+ views
    News From Indian Country ^ | 30 June 2007 | Joe Trimbach
    June 26, 1975: A date not easily forgotten by FBI Agents. On that horrible day, Special Agents Ron Williams and Jack Coler were gunned down in an open meadow on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Following the initial hail of fire from the assailants, three gunmen approached the injured Agents and finished them off at close range. Ron Williams and Jack Coler are known as Service Martyrs, a special designation reserved for Federal Agents who gave their lives while engaged in direct adversarial action. Their sacrifice is also remembered as the only two Agents in Bureau history to...
  • Don't Free Leonard Peltier

    02/28/2007 6:26:37 AM PST · by rellimpank · 141 replies · 1,401+ views
    FrontPageMagazine ^ | 28 Feb 07 | Jack Cashill
    The media have been quick to report the motive behind Hollywood mogul David Geffen’s dissing of Hillary Clinton, namely his pique at her husband’s failure to pardon jailed Indian activist Leonard Peltier. What they have not reported is why liberal icon Peltier remains in jail. Indeed, Clinton’s failure to pardon Peltier stands as one of the more honorable moments in his dubious career. A little background is in order. “There is nothing in this message that can make you happy,” so wrote Paul DeMain, editor of News From Indian Country (NFIC) to his faithful readers in February 2002. He was...
  • Judge rejects American Indian's appeal

    07/23/2005 9:08:06 AM PDT · by SmithL · 20 replies · 609+ views
    AP ^ | 7/26/5 | DAVE KOLPACK
    FARGO, N.D. - A judge has rejected an appeal by imprisoned American Indian activist Leonard Peltier, who argued the U.S. government had no right to try him for crimes that occurred on a South Dakota reservation. Peltier, 60, is serving a life sentence for killing two FBI agents during a 1975 standoff on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. He was convicted in 1977 and has filed numerous appeals. U.S. District Judge Ralph Erickson ruled that the government has the right to prosecute and imprison anyone who kills federal agents, no matter where the crimes occur. The Pine Ridge shootout left...
  • Wishes for 2005 (Loony Left Barf Alert)

    01/02/2005 9:28:55 PM PST · by The Loan Arranger · 32 replies · 728+ views
    Dissident Voice ^ | December 31, 2004 | Mina Hamilton
    (A) That Americans will set aside issues of color, nationality, religion, and political beliefs and truly care as much about the staggering number of Tsunami-catastrophe victims as they do about the victims of 9/11. And, in light of this caring, that the US's 277 billionaires will leap into the breach left by President Bush's inadequate offering of $35 million dollars of aid (which was a full $33 million short of the $68 million offered by the considerably poorer nation of Spain). (1) That each of the said billionaires will give 10% of their total assets to relief and reconstruction efforts...
  • Wife of AIM leader says Leonard Peltier admitted killing FBI agents

    02/05/2004 7:42:25 PM PST · by Land_of_Lincoln_John · 7 replies · 445+ views
    Rapic City Journal ^ | February 5, 2004 | Heidi Bell Gease
    RAPID CITY -- With a courtroom hanging on her every word, the former common-law wife of American Indian Movement leader Dennis Banks testified Wednesday that she and the late Anna Mae Pictou-Aquash heard Leonard Peltier brag about killing two FBI agents at Oglala in 1975. Darlene Nichols, also known as Ka-Mook Nichols, said the women were traveling with Peltier and Banks in late 1975. "He (Peltier) put his hand like this," she said, using her thumb and forefinger to imitate a gun, "and started talking about the two FBI agents." Nichols continued tearfully, "He said, 'That (expletive) was begging for...
  • They're behind bars, but they're set to run for President (Mumia/Peltier)

    12/29/2003 10:38:04 AM PST · by CounterCounterCulture · 9 replies · 270+ views
    Sacramento Bee ^ | 29 December 2003 | Ed Fletcher
    The Buzz: They're behind bars, but they're set to run By Ed Fletcher -- Bee Capitol BureauPublished 2:15 a.m. PST Monday, December 29, 2003 Twenty-two Americans will appear on California primary election ballots March 2 in a bid to become president of the United States. Among them are 10 Democrats, one Republican, one American Independent, four Greens, three Libertarians, and two people in prison. The two convicted felons, Mumia Abu-Jamal and Leonard Peltier, are running -- from their cells -- as Peace and Freedom Party candidates. There's a third Peace and Freedom candidate as well. Abu-Jamal has been on Pennsylvania's...
  • Charges Laid In Aquash Murder (American Indian Movement Activist Killed 27 Years Ago)

    04/03/2003 10:32:22 AM PST · by Loyalist · 246+ views
    Halifax Chronicle-Herald ^ | April 3, 2003 | Randy Jones
    AP photo Arlo Looking Cloud, 49, of Colorado was arrested Monday in the 1976 murder of Anna Mae Aquash, a native activist from Nova Scotia. Anna Mae Aquash: Shot in the head in 1976. Twenty-seven years after Nova Scotia native Anna Mae Aquash was murdered on a South Dakota reservation, a homeless man in Denver has been charged with killing her. Arlo Looking Cloud, 49, of Aurora, Colo., was arrested Monday in Denver and pleaded not guilty in U.S. Federal District Court to committing first-degree murder in the perpetration of a kidnapping. Ms. Aquash's frozen body was found on Feb....