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I Believe in the Laws of Nature

By Aquash, Anna, Mae

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Book Id: WPLBN0100002661
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Reproduction Date: 09/01/1975

Title: I Believe in the Laws of Nature  
Author: Aquash, Anna, Mae
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Law
Collections: Politics, Authors Community
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Publisher: Court of South Dakota
Member Page: History Is A Weapon .org


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Anna Mae Aquash statement to the Court of South Dakota September, 1975

Anna Mae Aquash was a Native American activist from the Micmac tribe in Nova Scotia, Canada. She was a member of the American Indian Movement (AIM) in the early l97Os as both a public speaker and a participant in a number of demonstrations, including a protest against the Mayflower II celebration in Boston (1970), the Trail of Broken Treaties (1972), and the armed reoccupation of Wounded Knee (1973). The following document is a transcript of Aquash's statement to the Court of South Dakota, made after her arrest and interrogation by the FBI regarding fellow activist Leonard Peltier, who was wanted tor the murder of two FBI agents. The FBI had arrested and interrogated Aquash a number of times throughout 1975, including one in which she was allegedly told she would not live out the year it she did not give up the information they wanted. Aquash claimed to have no information about Peltier. She was murdered in late 1975, and her body was discovered along a stretch of highway in South Dakota in February 1976.


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