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International Day of Solidarity with Leonard Peltier

See this important report by my friend and associate Barbara Hartwell regarding an American legend, Mr. Leonard Peltier.
As a result of my experience as an fbi agent and my battle with the fbi assassins over the past few decades, I can confirm that the following report is based upon valid premises and that in all likelihood Leonard Peltier was wrongfully convicted as set forh below; further, he is in my opinion a hero who stood as man against the fbi psychopaths and serial killers (both within the ranks of the fbi gang and within the civilian community that the fbi controlled) who were sent to kill him.

Also, I seved in the fbi during the time of the violence at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota; I recall that the fbi across the nation maintained a feverish or psychotic obsession to take vengeance in the case against anyone involved the deaths of the agents. Today, the fbi continues gross violations of constitutional rights (including murder, torture and false imprisonment) against political dissidents. I believe that Leonard Peltier was such a dissident and he is a defender of liberty against the murderous fbi agents who ran amuk at the reservation .

Few men can say that they faced off against the hoodlums of the fbi; few stand tall against the community vigilantes directed by cops and fbi assassins; and fewer still now come to the defense of this American Legend, Mr. Leonard Peltier.



"Background: Native American activist Leonard Peltier was wrongfully convicted in connection with the deaths of two agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

The evidence shows that the FBI was the aggressor in the firefight that occurred on June 26, 1975. From 1973 to 1976, Indigenous People on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota were victims of beatings, drive-by shootings, and stabbings carried out by local vigilantes who collaborated with the FBI. Peltier and other Indigenous activists were forced into a defensive posture to protect not only their lives, but the lives of others who were present-elders, women, and children. Indeed, Mr. Peltier's co-defendants, tried separately, were acquitted on grounds of self-defense."

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