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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Ron Williams: July 30, 1947 – June 26, 1975 R.I.P.

Dear NPPA Supporters:

Ron would have celebrated his 64th birthday.

He would have been retired by now, perhaps pursuing a second career like many of us, or maybe enjoying his life with sports, hobbies, travel, and probably spoiling the heck out of his grandchildren, as most of us certainly do.

But none of that happened because of a chance encounter crossing paths with a host of American Indian Movement (AIM) cowards at Jumping Bull on Pine Ridge in the summer of ’75.

Peltier at the moment is complaining because he, again, couldn’t follow the rules and wound up in the hole for six months.

For that one time each day that he’s allowed an hour outside his cell and into the sunlight, perhaps Ron in looking down.

Ron, from what I’ve learned about him, probably would be benevolent and show Peltier and the others mercy.

I personally wouldn’t be that kind.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire William’s family and all of Ron’s friends and Bureau associates.

“In the Spirit of Coler and Williams”
Ed Woods
No Parole Peltier Association
Founder
April 30, 2000

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Leonard gets his own room...

Dear Supporters:

Not quite the room he was planning on, and the LPDOC, as expected, is blaming it on prison authorities…No way Leonard would do anything to violate prison rules. Right? Of course not…

It’s been a few months since the last NPPA post but there’s really been nothing notable to report. Peltier is slowing slipping into the ether as more people have come to realize his scam and lies have gone on long enough. The Myth is eroding and the shine coming off the folklore. Pretty soon he’ll be nothing more than a footnote in the sordid past of the American Indian Movement.

(Really, sometimes I do miss Bob Robideau…he was an endless source of material.)

“In the Spirit of Coler and Williams”
Ed Woods