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FBI protests Peltier today
DECEMBER 15, 2000

Hundreds of FBI agents plan a procession in Washington, DC, today, taking their opposition to the potential release of Leonard Peltier directly to the White House.

The agents plan on delivering a letter to President Bill Clinton, protesting clemency for Peltier. On Good Morning America today, John Sennett, president of the FBI Agents Association, said about 9,000 former and current law enforcement around the country have signed the letter.

Also appearing on the program was Jennifer Harbury, a lawyer for Peltier.

Clinton is expected to issue a decision on Peltier soon.

Get the Story:
FBI Protest March - Hundreds to Oppose Clemency for Convicted Killer Leonard Peltier (ABCNews 12/15)
FBI Agents to Protest Clemency for Killer (The Washington Post 12/15)

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Peltier extradition defended(The Talking Circle 12/12)
Supporters march for Peltier (The Talking Circle 12/11)
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Pro-Peltier student targeted by feds (12/6)
FBI still wants Peltier behind bars (The Talking Circle 11/29)
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Peltier fast held in Denver (The Talking Circle 11/24)
Mandela asked to help Peltier (The Talking Circle 11/22)
Clinton: I'll decide on Peltier (The Talking Circle 11/09)
Text of Clinton's remarks on Peltier (The Talking Circle 11/09)
In Television: Peltier subject of documentary (Arts and Entertainment 10/16)
FBI recalls Oglala shootout (The Talking Circle 06/26)
FBI: 'Brutal slaying' at Oglala (The Talking Circle 06/26)
Group seeks Peltier clemency (The Talking Circle 05/17)
FBI Promises to Prevent Peltier Pardon (The Talking Circle 04/21)
Peltier supporters respond (The Talking Circle 04/21)

Relevant Links:
Free Leonard Peltier - www.freepeltier.org
The Leonard Peltier File, FBI - www.fbi.gov/contact/fo/minn/peltier.htm
The No Parole Peltier Association - www.noparolepeltier.com

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