A.I.M. leaders question Anna Mae at Wounded Knee Legal Defense Office in 1975
Behind the scenes in the 1975 murder of American Indian Movement leader, Naguset Eask, lays a saga of lost love, nawizi (jealousy), revenge, a conspiracy theory and a cover up.
Shortly after Anna Mae Pictou Aquash is abducted from a Denver home by Theda Nelson Clark, Arlo Looking Cloud and John Boy Patton, she is brought before several leaders of A.I.M. to answer to allegations she is an FBI informant.
According to testimony in the 2004 trial of Arlo Looking Cloud, on or about Thursday, Dec. 11, 1975, Candy Hamilton a journalist and member of the Oglala Legal Defense Committee was at the Wounded Knee Legal Defense Offense Committee (WKLDOC) offices on Allen Street in Rapid City, preparing for the Russell Mean’s trial in Minneapolis.