"Just After Noon" - June 26, 1975
©NPPA 06/26/05

The fabled Mr. X, Leonard Peltier, looms over the crime scene, weapon in hand. FBI Agents Jack Coler and Ron Williams, their bodies moved a short distance from where they were murdered, lie face down in the dirt next to a bullet-ridden government vehicle.

On June 12, 2005 Peltier made a public statement concerning the 30th anniversary of what he witlessly termed "another significant event." He claims those present that day were "warriors" and that he "mourn(s) the death of Joe Stuntz." Peltier has forgone any shred of decency and never even mentions the murder of Agents Coler and Williams. He has provided yet another example of a remorseless and delusional self-absorbed killer who deserves to remain at Lewisburg Penitentiary.

Media Coverage: 30th Anniversary. Please see the following links:

Denver Post - "30 years after Pine Ridge killings, Peltier case becomes 'dead issue.'"
Forest Hills Journal - "I know all the other issues involved. I'm an avid Native American rights advocate, and I make that clear...but I'm not an advocate of murder."
BBC Website - "It's sad and personally I would like to see some of the money we send overseas being spent on the reservations."
Associated Press - "Darlene Nichols also told jurors she was with Aquash when Peltier bragged about killing the two FBI agents."