Tuesday, December 13, 2016

USA: Free Leonard Peltier, the longest held political prisoner in United States history - ONLINE PETITION & Other ACTIONS

     Leonard Peltier was convicted of murder on "cooked" evidence after the Oglala uprising and has been in prison for over 40 years. He is suffering from cancer and should be pardoned, at the very least on humanitarian reasons. If there was really equal justice in this country, those responsible for poisoning the people of Flint, MI, for example, would be convicted and imprisoned. Peltier is not guilty, and testimony proves it. He is being held because the FBI insists on punishing him for an act he did not commit. For information on this case, see "Incident at Oglala" -- a film by Robert Redford.

Click here for ONLINE PETITION.  

  • Amnesty International Write for Rights 2016 Campaign Case: Native American activist jailed over 40 years after an unfair legal process. Click here for MORE ACTIONS. 
  •  "Free Leonard Peltier," ONLINE PETITION from Amnesty International USA