This is what the founders of and then active members of the Americana Indian Movement thought about, said about, and did to Black African American and Civil Rights Worker Perry Ray Robinson at Wounded Knee in South Dakota in 1973. They shot him because he was first a “nigger” and secondly because of his “non-violent” Civil Rights position which more then agitated AIM leadership and members at Wounded Knee.
The American Indian Movement in 1973 had those in the know as to what happened to Robinson and or were there including founders John Trudell and “trigger nigger hater” man Dennis Banks. Other prominent AIM leaders/members at Wounded Knee at this time included Russell Means, Leonard Peltier, Leonard Crow Dog, Clyde Bellecourt, Carter Camp, David Hill, and one most very important “fake Indian”, FBI operative/AIM member Doug Durham.
With their “COENTELPRO” operative Durham on the inside at Wounded Knee…
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