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    This video is a compilation of public video material of investigators and members of the American Indian Movement discussing informants and the interrogation by members of AIM of Annie Mae Pictou Aquash in 1975. Portions of this clip are taken from "The Spirit of Annie Mae" by the National Film Board of Canada. The person identified as holding and/or putting a gun to the head or in the mouth of Annie Mae Pictou-Aquash is Leonard Peltier.

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