Supporters march for Peltier
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DECEMBER 11, 2000

Supporters of Leonard Peltier held marches all around the country, urging President Bill Clinton to grant clemency to the imprisoned activist.

Marches were held in New York City, New York, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and San Francisco, California. Clinton said he will decide on Peltier's clemency application before he leaves office.

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250 march to urge Clinton to grant Leonard Peltier clemency (The Minneapolis Star Tribune 12/11)
Hundreds march for Peltier's release (The Lincoln Journal Star 12/11)
Clemency for Peltier (The New London Day 12/11)

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Relevant Links:
Free Leonard Peltier -
The Leonard Peltier File, FBI -
The No Parole Peltier Association -