These are photos taken of Wilbur Riegert, one within the Wounded Knee Museum that he owned and operated for years and was ransacked, looted, and ultimately set on fire by AIM, and the other at his home.

The third photo is of Martha Bad Warrior.

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These are photos taken of Wilbur Riegert,  one within the Wounded Knee Museum that he owned and operated for years and was ransacked, looted, and ultimately set on fire by AIM, and the other at his home.

The third photo is of Martha Bad Warrior.

I’d like everyone to take a close look at this aged wheelchair bound elder who was targeted by AIM during it’s Reign of Terror known as WK2 and ask themselves if what he endured, even to being thrown out of his residence, was an act of warriors, or could in anyway be justified?

Does it look as though he could pose a physical threat to anyone? Does it look like he would?

From all accounts Wilbur was a kind and generous man, respected within the Pine Ridge community-his character I think is written on his face.

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