Second man arrested for Anna Mae Aquash murder
Wednesday, December 3, 2003

Police in Canada have arrested the second man wanted in connection with the 1975 murder of American Indian Movement activist Anna Mae Pictou-Aquash.

U.S. authorities are seeking to extradite John Graham [in photo], who was arrested in Vancouver, British Columbia. He is charged with first-degree murder along with Arlo Looking Cloud, who is awaiting federal trial in South Dakota early next year.

Pictou-Aquash was killed around December 12, 1975. Her body was found on the Pine Ridge Reservation in February 1976. She was Mi'kmaq originally from Nova Scotia, Canada.

Get the Story:
Man wanted in 1975 murder of Mi'kmaq caught in Vancouver (CBC 12/2)
Suspect in '70s slaying of Indian activist arrested (The Denver Post 12/3)
Second man Second man arrested in AIM slaying (AP 12/3)

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