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Sunday, September 8, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Sunday, September 8, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

AIM

defendants face

jury

deliberation ,.
high government Their chief -adversary was (I
complained of Asst, U.S. Attorney R. D. Hurd
broken treaties" of Sioux Falls, S.D. He had three--

ST. PAUL W)--The American St. Paul. U.S. DISTRICT Court Judge,
Indian Movement (AIM) faces a THIRTY-ONE other cases, in- Fred Nichol dismissed five
crucial test this week when a volving lesser figures, have been other charges when the govern-
jury is expected to start delib- decided to date at Sioux Falls, ment rested after direct testi-
eration on f e 1 o n y charges S. D., and Lincoln, Neb. Except mony. He held that there was
against Russell Means and Den- for one man who pleaded no insufficient evidence or that the
nis Banks, leaders of last year's contest, all other defendants government had acted illegally.
occupation of Wounded Knee, have been acquitted or the gov- The siege at Wounded Knee
S. D. ernment asked dismissal. stemmed from AIM leaders'
Means and Banks, long-time A jury of nine women and complaints of corruption at the
activists in the six-year-old AIM, three men is expected to start sprawling Pine Ridge Indian
hope that acquittal for them deliberation on the Means and Reservation in southwestern
would-topple in domino fashion Banks case on Thursday, South Dakota and of bungling by
all remaining charges against ! Means, a 3$-year-old Oglala the Bureau of Indian Affairs and
some 130 persons who were in- Sioux, from Porcupine, S. D., tribal "puppet leaders," includ-
dicted in connection with the and Banks, 42, aChippewa from ing Tribal President Richard
71-day Wounded Knee siege. northern Minnesota now living Wilson.
Four defendants, described by at St. Paul, are accused of as- Wounded Knee, 17 miles north-
the government as co-leaders saulting three federal officers east of the reservation seat of
with Means and Banks, await of theft at the Wounded Knee Pine Ridge, carried bitter mem-
trial in U. S. District Court at Trading Post and of conspiracy.onries.for many Indians. It was
the site of an Indian massacre
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN December day in 1890.
- WHAT THE government es-
Sunday, September 8 Career Planning & Placement timatesasaforce of 200per-
DayCalendar 3200 SAB, 764-7460 sons, some of them armed with
TV Ctr: Arthur Miller: Today's President's Commission on White and shotguns, took over
Theatre, WWJ-TV, Channel 4. noon. House Fellows is accepting applica- the heart of Wounded Knee the
Music Sch: Tong-Soon Kwak, or- tions for 20 available W. H. fellow- night of Feb. 27, 1973.
gan, Hill Aud,; Mark Mathias, dou- ships to be granted for 1975-78 yr. Indians set up roadblocks and
ble bass, Recital Hall; both at 8 Applic. deadline, 12/2/74; applic.dgbukr.FIaetan
pm. materials available at CP&P. dug bunkers. FBI agents and
Recruiters on Campus: Grad. & marshals blocked the Big Foot
Monday, September 9 Prof. Schools visit CP&P to inter- Trail and other roads and po-
Day Calendar view students interested in grdpiindafwbneso h
WUOM: Rep. Wm. Hungate, (D- studies. Organizations make on-I
Missouri) member, House Judiciary campus visits to fill their personnel brown, rolling, pine-studded
Committee & chmn., Subcommit- needs. Recruiting begins Sept. 30. If ranchland.
tee 'on criminalJustice & Clark you are a degree candidate don't AIM leaders demanded nego-
Ciiffor, former Sec. of Defense & wait til you've graduated, start in- _
attorney, speak at annual conven- tren Set 30. Y wl onl
teveilgtion of Federal 'Bar Assoc, Washing- 'heave one chance to see many of the
ton, D.C., 10 am. recruiters during 1974-75 season:
Music Sch: carillon recital. Fred tentative list of campus visitors,
Fahrner, carilloneur, Burton Tower, important test dates, and info on Japanese
7-8 pm. how to start your job search has
Computing Ctr.: Charles F. Engle, been compiled for you. Pick up your
Use of Mccounting in MTS," 1st copy at 3200SAB soon as possible Chidokan
fl. emiar m.,Camp. Ctr., 7:30-9 after Sept. 15, Chidok

tiations with, }
officials. They
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and other alleged injustices.
Talks wore on week after week.
SETTLEMENT seemed nearj
on April 7, but Means, who'
flew to Washington, charged
government officials aborted the
meeting. Justice Department
spokesman denied it.
As food and holdouts dwindled,
the siege ended May 8. Some
35 to 50 men and women sur-
rendered.>

assistants.
THE STATISTICS of the case
piled up: it consumed 115 court-
room days, recorded in some
20,900 pages of court reporters'
transcripts. There were 98 wit-
nesses, not counting aboutd40'
persons who testified at eviden-!
tiary hearings outside the jury.
Three hundred seventy exhib-
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During the 71 days, two men which were admitted. The FBI
in the occupying force were kill- I said it had 315,000 items in its
ed in gunfire exchanges with files relating to Wounded Knee
federal officers. At least half cases.
a dozen were wounded and an Kunstler, Lane and aides
FBI agent and U.S. marshal suf- struck their sharpest blow with
fered gunshot wounds. s
THE CASE was transferred to the charge of an illegal phone
St. Paul by Judge Nichol when tap used by FBI agents at a'
the defendants complained they roadblock. Nichol scored the
could not get a fair trial in government for this and some
South Dakota. . other "misconduct" and said
Jury selection began Jan. 8;'
the defendants made opening Burd could use no. evidence
statements on Feb. 12. Centuries gained from the tap.

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of injustices to Indians were
mirrored in present day reser-
vation life, they stated.C
A six-lawyer defense team-
later reduced to five-includedj
two veterans of civil rights
struggles, William Kunstler and
Mark Lane.
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