MARTY, SOUTH DAKOTA –– In 1994, 4 Yankton Sioux men, brothers Jesse Rouse and Desmond Rouse and their cousins Garfield Feather and Russell Hubbeling were convicted in federal court for crimes that never happened
It is now 20 years later & still no justice
Read about the case here

Full interview with Rouse children now adults

Lucritia Rouse of Marty, one of the alleged victims, recently released a written public statement, Rouse, now 26, was 6 years old at the time of the raid that led to the arrests of her accused uncles.
Rouse recalls being sent to a white foster family who put all the children to work on their farm. She remembers being separated by DSS(Dept. of Social Services) and put before lawyers to be perjured to.
“These lawyers and the foster parents all said that we all could go home and be home with our moms; that this will be okay to lie and we could go home” Rouse said in her statement. “So we all lied to see our family again, and that was a lie.”
“After all that, we never got to see or hear from our family, like the lawyer said we would, and we kept moving around from foster home to foster home. I dropped out of school because of the pain my family went through; because of our last name and our history that was never told by anyone,” Rouse recalled. “No understanding, just judging us by not knowing our family history or what us children went through.”
Rouse stated that she and the other children have suffered a lot of stress and pain from being lied to by lawyers who convinced them to make these allegations against their relatives.
“All I want is my uncles back home with us once again. A happy family like any other family in America,” she said.
“I, Lucretia Rouse, ask for your help and for the right justice for my family and my uncles. Please help me seek justice for my innocent uncles … This is my story.”

Contact the following asking/demanding that these 4 men be released or at the least that thier cases be seriously looked into

Contact South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard

Contact South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley

Contact Innocence Project asking why they have not taken this case on because they are clearly innocent
40 Worth St., Suite 701
New York, NY 10013

Contact Kevin K. Washburn Secretary - Indian Affairs
Mailing Address:
Indian Affairs
1849 C Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20240
Telephone: (202) 208-7163
Telefax: (202) 208-5320

Contact the U.S, Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr by e-mail at
or by phone or mail at:
Phone: 1-202-514-2001
U.S. Department of Justice
Attention: Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.
950 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington DC 20530

Contact the WhiteHouse 
Letter--The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500
Phone--Comments: 202-456-1111

Family contact & info

Annegret James Rouse

Lucritia Rouse

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  • At the moment there is a major crime spree in America. 30 police officers are dead as a result! Send Clinton a message, this one! Tell her to free Leonard Peltier or her countries criminals shall remain at large!Don't talk to The current President because he shall not free Peltier! If he was he would already have done so!! Clinton is Peltier 's only hope!
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