On Beginning His 48th Year of Imprisonment (PDF Version)
I could go on and on about the mistreatment of our people and on and on about my case, but the United Nations said it.
That the United States has kept me locked up because I am Native American.
The only thing that really makes me different from other Native Americans who have been mistreated, had land taken, or been imprisoned by our government, is that it is all a matter or court records in my case. The violation of Constitutional rights has been proven in court. The fabrication of every piece of evidence used to convict me has been proven in court. The United Nations itself, comprised of 193 nations, has called for my
release, noting I am a political prisoner.
In my case as a political prisoner there does not have to be a prisoner exchange. The exchange they need to make is from their policy of injustice tom a policy of justice.
It does not matter what my color and ethnicity are. Black, red, white, yellow, brown – if they can do it to me, they can do it to you.
The Constitution of the United States is hanging by a thread.
Again. I want to say, from my heart to your heart, most sincerely – do your best to educate your children. Teach them to defend themselves physically, mentally, and spiritually. Make them aware of our history.
Teach them to plant a food forest or any plant that will provide for them in the future.
Again, from my heart to yours, plant a tree for me.
In the Spirit of Crazy Horse.