Support the Anna Mae Pictou-Aquash and
Ray Robinson Jr. Justice Fund -

A fund for Educational, Legal
and Public Advocacy

[Administrator's note - In addition to serving as the focal point for the Anna Mae Pictou-Aquash and Ray Robinson Jr. Justice Fund, these pages are dedicated to collecting as much information regarding Anna Mae Pictou Aquash, Ray Robinson, relevant news stories, support letters, FBI documents, historic letters, court case references, photos, transcripts and other material relevant to their cases as we are capable of finding.

This site will also include information countering the campaign of misinformation that those "allegedly" involved in the AIM conspiracy to murder, obstruct justice and cover up the truth have engaged in. Our material will include a response to present efforts (2004/2005) to prevent the extradition of John Boy Patton-Graham from Canada to stand trial as Party to 1st Degree Murder and Kidnapping in the death of Anna Mae. All information on this site will be gleaned from the archives of News From Indian Country.

LOOK HERE for legal/trial and other documents relative to Anna Mae, the Arlo Looking Cloud trial and the American Indian Movement that are being added as regular updates.

See the movie about Anna, Bringing Annie Mae Home.

News From Indian Country has confirmed from Canadian Authorities that:

"On June 13, 2006, the Canadian Minister of Justice ordered Mr. Graham's surrender to the USA (for the December, 1975 murder of Annie Mae Pictou-Aquash). Mr. Graham now has 30 days to file an application for judicial review of the Ministers' decision. An appeal from committal is currently pending before the court." ]






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Murder charges dropped in Aquash case; Dillon and Gates testimony; Rios appointed attorney - Oct, 2010

Canadian loses extradition appeal for 1975 Pine Ridge
Murder of Annie Mae Pictou Aquash (Canadian Mi'kmaq)
- June 26, 2007

Press release
The Extradition of John Graham charged with the
Murder of Annie Mae Pictou Aquash (Canadian Mi'kmaq)
- May 17, 2007

Justice Delayed for Murdered Mi'kmaq Woman
- Annie Mae Pictou Aquash 32-year-old murder trial delayed
- January 9, 2007

Man wanted in AIM murder
ordered extradited to U.S.
- July 8, 2006

Conditions of Bail Set

Bennett Upholds Extradition

Stay of Proceedings Denied

Graham Evidence Upheld

Graham Bail Upheld

Aquash Murder Case Timeline - Updated 3.5.05

Statement from the Family of Annie Mae Pictou Aquash - February 22, 2005

Bernie Lafferty Speaks Regarding Leonard Peltier - February 19, 2005

Peltier Cuts Loose Graham - February 2, 2005

The Raping of a Martyr - January 31, 2005

Paul DeMain Exposed - Finally! - January 18, 2005

John "Poor Boy" Graham, Chameleon (in another life?) - January 13, 2005

An interview with Denise Pictou-Maloney on
the death of her mother, Annie Mae Aquash
- November 24, 2004

Peltier Finally Gets a Break - Press Release, May 28, 2004

The United States of America vs. Fritz Arlo Looking Cloud Court Trial Transcripts - 2.04

AIM Tape Puts Accused Killer at Scene - 3.28.04

Bob Robideau speaks about the guilty verdict - 2.13.04

Anna Mae's Spirit Reaches Out

Jury convicts man in 1975 murder of Anna Mae Pictou Aquash
of Being Party to 1st Degree Murder

by Paul DeMain

Support holding John Graham accountable

We Will Not Be Silenced by the
The Lies of John Graham


For almost 30 years the leadership of some Native organizations, without the consent of the many grassroots activists associated with their movement, have used and abused the names of many warriors who gave their lives for the "Peoples" Movement.

They have told and sold their deceptive stories to the public.

"Graham shot her in the head as she was praying," he said, "then he gave me the gun and I thought if they killed her, they're going to kill me, so I emptied what was left in the gun."

These organizations have raised hundreds of thousand of dollars invoking the name of Anna Mae Pictou-Aquash, treaty, civil and economic rights despite growing evidence that some leadership members of their organization, were involved in a conspiracy to commit murder, obstruct justice and cover up the truth.

Their decisions, in part, led to the deaths of Pictou-Aquash and Ray Robinson Jr, an African-American civil rights worker during the 1970s.

The facts are that many people knew the truth about the brutal kidnapping, rape and murder of a Native mother and the death of Robinson during the 1973 Wounded Knee stand-off on the Pine Ridge Reservation.

These injustices are an affront to all Native people.

Justice is about the Truth. A Truth that belongs to those who envisioned their work and financial support making a difference during that period. This Truth was about positive change to peoples lives.

For 30 years the family of Ray Robinson and Anna Mae Pictou-Aquash have not had their parents to hold and love. It is time people helped them in their efforts to find closure.

We can no longer stand on the sidelines while this deception continues.

Please support the Justice for Anna Mae and Ray Justice Fund Support Website and that of the Pictou Family. The Robinson Family Website will be active soon.

Information about the Anna Mae and Ray Justice Fund can be found here.


Anna Mae Pictou-Aquash and
Ray Robinson Jr. Justice Fund


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This site is administered by Jordan S. Dill.