In a rare interview, the imprisoned Native American rights activist said he is also “grateful” to Biden for giving tribes their sovereignty back.
There is an ailing 77-year-old Indigenous man who has been in prison for 46 years who never should have been there in the first place. Why is he still there?
The U.S. attorney general had a pretty weak response. But it sure sounds like he's reading HuffPost's coverage of the case.
The imprisoned Native American rights activist “intentionally and mercilessly murdered” FBI agents, the bureau told HuffPost. Except that's not true.
“It is a matter of justice and compassion,” the DNC’s Native American Caucus leaders said of granting clemency to the ailing Indigenous rights activist.
The ailing Native American rights activist says the coronavirus medical unit is so bad that inmates won't report illnesses because they want to avoid quarantine.
There is “greater urgency” to grant clemency to the 77-year-old Native American rights activist since he tested positive for COVID-19, say House Democrats.
“He is exactly the kind of individual who should be considered for clemency,” said Leahy, who served in the Senate with Biden for 36 years.
The ailing Indigenous rights activist, who is 77, "deserves to live his final years among his people," say dozens of Native state legislators.
The ailing 77-year-old Native American rights activist has been pleading for help in prison and was never given a coronavirus booster shot.