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  • 1975 AIM slaying defendant wants 1 count dismissed

    By Carson Walker
    Sioux Falls, South Dakota (AP)

    The lawyer for one of two former American Indian Movement members indicted for the 1975 slaying of Annie Mae Aquash wants one of the three counts dismissed.

    John Graham and Richard Marshall pleaded not guilty to charges they committed or aided and abetted the first-degree murder of Aquash, a fellow AIM member, on the Pine Ridge Reservation.

    They are scheduled to stand trial at Rapid City starting Feb. 24 – 33 years to the day after her body was found.

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