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  • Prosecutors want Canadian man’s alibi for 1975 killing of Aquash

    By Carson Walker
    Sioux Falls, South Dakota (AP)

    John Graham has said in interviews with news media that people would vouch for his whereabouts when a fellow Canadian and American Indian Movement member was killed in 1975, so he should have to disclose whether he has an alibi, according to a court document filed by prosecutors.

    Graham stands trial starting Oct. 6 in federal court in Rapid City on a first-degree murder charge for the slaying of Anna Mae Pictou Aquash on the Pine Ridge Reservation.

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