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Wanted by the people
Maker: Eugene Coalition/Coalition Press
Date Made: 1975
Place Made: United States: Oregon, Eugene
Measurements: 51 cm x 35.5 cm; 20 1/16 in x 14 in
Main Subject: Prisons & Prisoners; Political Prisoners; Native Americans
Materials: paper (fiber product)
Wanted by the people Conspiracy - Terrorism - Murder Richard "Dick" Wilson Free Ken Loudhawk and Russel Redner Description Age: 45 Height: 5' 8'' to 5' 10'' Weight: 220 pounds Build: Fat Scars and Marks: pending Hair: fading Eyes: double-crossed Complexion: apple red Nationality: None - one of the U.S. Imperialist puppets Occupation: Hired gun for the U.S. Corporations and U.S. Government Caution Wilson has used terror and murder repeatedly on the Pine Ridge indian reservation in South Dakota in order to try to crush the struggle of indian people for their basic democratic rights. Since tricky Dick has the assistance of the FBI, Swat Teams, BIA Police, Federal Marshalls, U.S. Army Personnel, 82nd Airborne Division USAF, and his personal goon squad, he should be considered heavily armed and extremely dangerous. Apprehension of this thug should not be attempted without the organized masses of the people. Indictment On Dec. 25th, 1975, the people of the United States in solidarity with the Sioux people of the Pine Ridge indian reservation and the American Indian Movement (AIM) hereby indict Dick Wilson for the following crimes: Conspiracy with the U.S. Government to continue the 400 year old campaign of genocide against indian people; murder, and conspiracy to murder, of the following people: Buddy Lamont, Frank Clearwater, Pedro Bissonette, Clarence Cross and dozens of others; terrorism including rape, arson, assault, battery, and torture against hundreds of Sioux people engaged in a struggle for their democratic rights; conspiracy with the FBI and Department of Justice to destroy the American Indian Movement (AIM) by attempting to frame-up supporters and members of AIM in the judicial courts.
Acquisition Number: 2004-189
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