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American Justice: Murder on a Reservation A hidden war of words rages on in the A&E program American Justice: Murder on a Reservation. Leonard Peltier is one of the most well-known political prisoners in America. Serving two life sentences for the murders of federal agents in 1975, the Nobel Peace Prize nominee maintains his innocence while blasting the intimidating techniques of the U.S. government. The shootout which put him in prison is known as "the Incident at Oglala" and has roots going back to the massacre at Wounded Knee. Peltier claims he is serving time for his radical views on Native American rights while the government thinks it has finally tamed a violent troublemaker. But, beyond the political ramifications, Peltier's case is full of inconsistencies. There are no witnesses or physical evidence to identify Peltier as the shooter. During his trial, he was deprived of crucial background testimony which established the FBI's reign of terror over the South Dakota reservation. Peltier continues his appeal for justice while many are left wondering what really happened that fateful day. ~ Sarah Ing, Rovi
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