Thursday, April 22, 2010

Richard Marshall, Russell Means' Enforcer, Found Not Guilty of Aiding and Abetting in the Murder of Anna Mae Aquash

"The verdict 'was a toss, we knew that,' [Denise Pictou Maloney] said Thursday. 'But it is what it is. And in our territory, the fact that [Dick Marshall] saw my mother [Anna Mae Aquash (pictured above)] at his house with those people, and did nothing to help her, makes him an accessory in our eyes. And he will never be forgiven for that in our territory.'"--Rapid City Journal (4-22-10)

Paul Demain of News from Indian Country reports on Native News Update (4-22-10) that Russell Means' enforcer and bodyguard Richard Marshall has been acquitted [See Dave Kolpack, AP (4-22-10) and Heidi Bell Gease, Rapid City Journal (4-22-10)] on the charge of aiding and abetting in the 1975 murder of Anna Mae Aquash (pictured above). Marshall was found not guilty today, April 22, 2010.

Russell Means's former enforcer and bodyguard is a previously convicted killer who served time for the murder of Martin Montileaux in the men's room of a Scenic, South Dakota, bar.

AIM Myth Busters (4-18-10) reports:

Rumor has it that Montileaux was threatening to go public with information about secret AIM murders [more here] dating back to the Wounded Knee takeover in 1973. Standing next to Marshall when he shot Montileaux in the neck was his boss, Russell Means. Tried separately, Means was found not guilty.

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