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Wounded Knee 1973: Still Bleeding: The American Indian Movement, the FBI, and their Fight to Bury the Sins of the Past

Stew Magnuson (Author)

We wondered how you would profit from this tragedy….Stew, & only a year later you write about the issue & we have to pay to read it…
How much of the profit from the book is being donated to the victims & survivors of AIM?

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Book DescriptionPublication Date: February 15, 2013
On the night of Feb. 27, 1973, beat-up cars carrying dozens of angry young men sped into Wounded Knee village. Members of the American Indian Movement (AIM) and local Lakotas had come to occupy the symbolic site on the Pine Ridge Reservation, where the army had massacred Chief Big Foot and his people in 1890. They would hold out against the firepower of the U.S. government for 71 days. By the time the occupiers left, the village had been destroyed, two were dead, one activist went missing, and a U.S. marshal was left paralyzed. Thirty-nine years later, key figures from the movement, Russell Means, Clyde Bellecourt and Dennis Banks arrived at the Dakota Conference at Augustana College, Sioux Falls, S.D., where the events and the meaning of the Wounded Knee Occupation would be discussed. There to greet them were former FBI Special Agent in Charge Joseph Trimbach and his son John, ardent, life-long critics of AIM. Never before had so many key occupation figures from the movement and the government been under the same roof at the same time. Accusations of murders and cover-ups began to fly from both sides, and organizers had to beef up security. This would be no ordinary academic conference. The vitriolic speeches and angry reactions from both the pro- and anti-AIM participants exposed the still festering wounds that have wracked Pine Ridge Reservation as a result of the occupation for four decades. Wounded Knee 1973: Still Bleeding gives readers an account of the major issues presented at the conference, along with a summary of the occupation itself, the Banks and Means leadership trial in St. Paul, Minn., and the bloody years on Pine Ridge that followed. It also addresses the enduring unsolved mystery of civil rights activist Ray Robinson, who entered the occupied village, and was never seen alive again.

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Tetuwan Lakota scholar, educator, historian, Sun Dance participant, Cannunpa carrier, cultural & spiritual preservationist, journalist-writer and fraud investigator.
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3 Responses to You are amazing….!

  1. Only one name needs to be investigated to understand what has gone on for 40 years, & that is who has protected & enabled AIM for all those 40 years…and, they were in attendance at the Dakota Conference…. with their arms around AIM, showing their continuing support & protection, did you get that in your book, Stew?
    Read Rezinate’s WordPress blog, Conflict of Interest series of posts…explains everything anyone needs to know….about why, where, when & who….!

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  3. Reblogged this on Looking Back Woman-Suzanne Dupree blog and commented:

    Verification of AIM’s continuing Legacy of Evil & Darkness…

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