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    By Carson Walker
    Sioux Falls, South Dakota (AP)

    The lawyer for John Graham has filed motions asking a judge to keep jurors from hearing statements he made to a medicine man and allegations he raped Annie Mae Aquash before she was killed in December 1975.

    Graham’s first-degree murder trial starts Oct. 6 in Rapid City federal court for the slaying of Aquash, a fellow Canadian citizen and member of the American Indian Movement, on the Pine Ridge Reservation.

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