JUNE 26, 2000 The Lakota Student Alliance of Pine Ridge and the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee will hold a press conference at the Jumping Bull ranch, calling for healing and reconciliation on the 25th anniversary of the shootout which resulted in the deaths of two FBI agents and an American Indian Movement (AIM) member. A news conference will take place at the Jumping Bull ranch, site of the shootout. Robert Ecoffey, superintendent of the Pine Ridge Agency for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, criticized the idea of holding a gathering. Get the Story:
Peltier's release from prison a good start, lawyer says (The Argus Leader 6/25) Related Stories:
FBI recalls Oglala shootout (The Talking Circle 6/26)
FBI: 'Brutal slaying' at Oglala (The Talking Circle 6/26)
Peltier regrets shootout (The Talking Circle 6/26)
Ceremony marks shootout (The Talking Circle 6/26)
Shootout affected everyone (The Talking Circle 6/26)
Peltier denied parole (The Talking Circle 06/13)
Peltier seeks parole (The Talking Circle 06/12)
FBI Promises to Prevent Peltier Pardon (The Talking Circle 4/21)
Peltier supporters respond (The Talking Circle 4/21) Relevant Links:
The Leonard Peltier Defense Committee www.freepeltier.org
Amnesty International: www.amnesty.org
From the Minneapolis Division of the FBI: The Leonard Peltier Case
National Police Group Urges President to Reject All Clemency Requests for Leonard Peltier. The National Association of Police Organizations, November 10, 1999.
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