AIM Slaying: AIM case awaits several decisions

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – Federal judges in Sioux Falls and St. Louis have pending before them several decisions that could again change the criminal case against two men charged with killing or aiding the murder of a Canadian woman 33 years ago – including a chance the case against one of them could be tried in state court.

John Graham and Richard Marshall are scheduled to stand trial May 12 in Rapid City on federal charges they committed or aided and abetted the December 1975 murder of Annie Mae Aquash on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

Marshall, a Lakota from Pine Ridge, was indicted in August, five years after Graham and Arlo Looking Cloud were charged.


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