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Supporting the Release of Leonard Peltier

Robert Redford discusses why he supports the release of imprisoned American Indian Movement leader Leonard Peltier. Peltier was illegally extradited from Canada in 1977 and was convicted of the murder of two FBI agents in what many call an unfair trial.

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