February 6, 2006, marks the 30th year that Leonard Peltier, American Indian Movement (AIM) leader, has been illegally imprisoned. Like the worldwide movement to free Nelson Mandela, human rights activists have been working long and hard to free Leonard Peltier. Amnesty International calls Mr. Peltier, "a U.S. political prisoner of conscience. " The history of this case is well documented at www.leonardpeltier.org.
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