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Resource ID: #7569
Subject: Native Americans
Source: National Law Journal
Date: 1990-06-25



National Law Journal (New York, N.Y.) investigates the case of Leonard Peltier, a leader of the American Indian Movement, and determines that overwhelming evidence exists to prove that he did not receive a fair trial when he was convicted of the murder of two FBI agents, including the fabrication of evidence and inconsistent evidence; documents the groundswell of support for Peltier that has arisen nationally and internationally, June 25, 1990.

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