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Leonard Peltier

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P.O. Box 1033

Coleman, FL  33521

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Leonard's legal and public education fund is managed by the Leonard Peltier Defense Offense Committee (LPDOC).

Your donation will help pay the significant legal expenses associated with Leonard's case—filing and cost recovery fees and attorney travel, for example—as well as community outreach and public education efforts conducted on his behalf.  Please help. No amount is too small. Make a donation directly to the LPDOC online.  We are PayPal Verified Please note that the LPDOC does not currently enjoy federal tax-exempt status.  Accordingly, donations made directly to the LPDOC are not tax deductible.

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All proceeds benefit Leonard's defense fund and our public education strategies.  We guarantee we will not sell or trade our donors’ personal or contact information with any other organization, company, or individual.

Fundraising in the Field

There's only one Committee.  The LPDOC is planning/managing the only official freedom campaign for Leonard Peltier (in concert with Leonard and his attorneys). You may see public or Internet-based fundraising efforts not endorsed or managed by the LPDOC. Beware.  These are not approved actions and the fundraising isn't being done on behalf of the Committee. Only credentialed chapters of the LPDOC and selected partners are authorized to raise funds in Leonard's name. Therefore, we encourage donors to always ask for a fundraiser's credentials and/or check with the LPDOC as to the legitimacy of any fundraising effort conducted by an individual or organization other than the LPDOC.  Thank You.

Much of the information contained on this site is derived from In the Spirit of Crazy Horse by Peter Matthiessen, the definitive work on the American Indian Movement (AIM) and the Peltier case. The author successfully defended against lawsuits brought by former Governor and Congressman William Janklow from South Dakota (convicted of manslaughter in 2003, jailed, and forced to resign his congressional seat in disgrace) and FBI Special Agent David Price in three different states, surviving an eight-year litigation. As acknowledged by the courts, Matthiessen's reputation for not being sensationalistic or scandalous is well known. He is a highly respected author and his works have received wide acclaim.

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