AIM

We Will Not Forget

By Denise Pictou Maloney   Approx. 39 years ago today Annie Mae Pictou Aquash began her 48 hour death march. AIM members John Graham, Arlo Looking Cloud, and Theda Nelson Clark acting on AIM leadership orders bound and kidnapped Annie Mae from the house of Troy Lynn Yellowwood while Troy Lynn, Angie Janis and others looked on.         Words from the Editor and Owner of alternativenewstome   […]

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The Truth Isn’t Always Easy To Face..

        By Denise Pictou Maloney         Sometime the truth is just too much for some to accept, I understand that. Evolving sometimes involves living and thinking outside your comfort zone and yes even making the unpopular statements that few have the courage to say let alone think. I do not aspire to be any kind of trail blazer in an area we all should be quite […]

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The Complicit Women Of AIM

              By Justice for Annie Mae Pictou Aquash Woman Warrior            Had the women warriors of AIM not sat complicit in silence while their sister was dragged off to her execution that space next to Madonna might have been occupied by Annie Mae. My mother had always said “it was going to be the women who would get things done” I fear that opportunity has been […]

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A Date with Destiny

Originally posted on Influenced to Death:
? July 20 2014 – CheckMate:  “A Date with Destiny” James Abourezks Date with LBW ….! ? LBW has always stated when she had the irrefutable evidence of whom in the US Government orchestrated her rape and molestation by Abourezks butt buddy and AIM leader, Russel Means with 18 AIM members in the room (who did nothing to prevent it when LBW was 17yrs…

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Shhh….

  By Denise Pictou Maloney    \   Mind your Ps and Qs, DO NOT offend It’s ok they said, they knew not her end Ignore the hole left in your heart They did not know their families part Shhh keep quiet. (She did not matter) There is a threat on the horizon More important than life they said is risin Stay UNITED for help they said is right Better […]

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Sometimes The Truth Is Difficult…

By Denise Pictou Maloney               Sometimes the truth is a difficult thing to share and often it is even more difficult to accept. My mother died alone, betrayed and beaten and her captors, interrogators, beaters, rapist, and murderers silenced her and then lied for 39 years blaming the very institution she despised, the FBI, for her murder. Annie Mae Pictou Aquash is one of […]

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Who Killed Anna Mae?

Article shared by Denise Pictou Maloney        By ERIC KONIGSBERGAPRIL 25, 2014 Anna Mae Aquash in the late 1960s. Credit Photograph from the Pictou-Maloney family On Feb. 24, 1976, a rancher in South Dakota was installing a fence on land situated along the edge of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation when he spotted a body at the bottom of a 30-foot embankment. The badly decomposed corpse, in jeans and […]

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February (Video)

By Denise Pictou Maloney   February is always such a hard month for me, keenly aware of how cold it is outside and how a mere difference of a few months could have meant I would still have the center of my universe with me. February 24th the day a rancher discovered the badly decomposed remains of Annie Mae Pictou Aquash… Please make note in the documents below of the dates […]

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Carter Camp And Perry Ray Robinson (Video)

By Rezinate A little more about Camp and Ray supported by various excerpts, one of which is related to the adoring propaganda piece for AIM created by PBS. This blog, as does other blogs, has numerous references to Camp’s contradictory statements related to the murder of Perry Ray Robinson Jr. – the most recent being the previous one “Characterized By A Common Thread”. All of which can and have been […]

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Charactertized By A Common Thread

By Rezinate The Unquiet Grave – pages 349 and 350 “Camp first spoke publicly about Robinson in 1999, during a week of meetings and rallies in Washington,D.C., in support of Leonard Peltier’s petition for clemency. One of Robinson’s daughters, Tamara Kamara, attended the events and at one point made a tearful plea for information about her father. When she was done, Camp walked up to her and said “I broke […]

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