Aquash murder defendants to be held in same jail
Two men accused of murdering American Indian Movement activist Anna Mae Pictou Aquash can be held in the same jail, a federal magistrate ruled.

The Associated Press said John Graham was moved to another jail after Dick Marshall was recently charged with the 1975 murder. Graham's lawyer objected, saying the transfer made it difficult to prepare for Graham's October 6 trial.

Graham and Marshall are accused of driving Aquash from Denver to the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, where she was assaulted and murdered in December 1975. A third man, Arlo Looking Cloud, is serving a mandatory life sentence for his role in the crime.

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