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Flowering Time No feminized seeds.

Dominance mostly indica

Bio Genetics: G13 x Butterscotch HawaiianEffects: Mostly IndicaIn honor of the native american Leonard Peltier.With the rise of the American Indian Movement intertribal strife broke out on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. AIM activists squared off against a corrupt tribal government and police force.AIM was being closely monitored by the FBI. In June 1975 two FBI agents in an unmarked car sped onto Indian land near Oglala SD. The Indians living there had no way of knowing whether they were federal agents or anti-AIM tribal police. In a desperate shootout the agents and one Indian were killed. Though law enforcement swarmed the reservation Leonard Peltier a Chippewa Sioux and more than two dozen others managed to escape.Eventually two Indian participants were apprehended. Both pleaded self-defense and following a tumultuous trial they were acquitted. But Peltier wasn't captured until February 1976.In 1977 he stood trial on double murder charges. Peltier's conviction is one of the worst examples of government manipulation of the justice process in American history. The FBI submitted false affidavits as evidence and intimidated and coerced witnesses. The judge disallowed testimony describing the state of open warfare that existed on Pine Ridge nor was Peltier allowed to claim self-defense. Later an appeals judge called the conduct of the FBI "a clear violation of the investigative process."For over 30 years Leonard Peltier has been denied parole or pardon. But while imprisoned he has become a leading spokesperson for the causes of indigenous people. He has been nominated for the Nobel Prize six times. Countless organizations including Amnesty International the Southern Christian Leadership Conference the National Congress of American Indians the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Center for Human Rights as well as leaders and private citizens have called for his immediate release.Behind bars Peltier has also become an outstanding painter. Prints of his work are for sale. All proceeds go to his defense fund.Visit

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