Our Freedom

Honour Anna Mae Pictou Aquash and Harriet Nahanee / Free John Graham and Leonard Peltier

The FBI today is yesterday’s cavalry June 30, 2007

Filed under: Graffiti,John Graham — ourfreedom @ 4:53 am

“The FBI today is yesterday’s cavalry, is yesterday’s Custer. Agent David Price today is yesterday’s Custer. He’s no different. It’s the same organization, a criminal organization…

“They’re doing this against my family, my loved ones, my people, and they’ve been doing it against Leonard [Peltier], his loved ones and his people for a lot of years now…

I’m a warrior. I was a warrior when I first went to South Dakota and I’ll be a warrior this time when I have to go to South Dakota.”

– John Graham, Tutchone Nation warrior and former member of the American Indian Movement, speaking just before being taken into custody and the announcement of his appeal to the British Columbia Supreme Court being rejected, June 26, 2007, 32nd anniversary of the shootout at Oglala,

Aired on the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, National News Prime Time, Tuesday, June 26th, 2007

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Graffiti in Coast Salish Territory, Vancouver, Canada

 

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