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Undated 2012 photos provided by the Minnesota Department of Corrections show Arthur Francis Cree, left, William Earl Morris, center, and a photo provided by the U.S. Marshall's Service shows Wakinyon Wakan McArthur, right. The three members of a violent American Indian gang are accused of being part of a criminal enterprise that used intimidation and violence to keep the gang in power. HO-Minnesota Department of Corrections and U.S. Marshall's Service | Associated Press

American Indian gang trio face racketeering trial

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Three members of a violent American Indian gang known for terrorizing people from the Twin Cities to reservations in greater Minnesota, Wisconsin and beyond went on trial Tuesday in what authorities call one of the largest gang cases to come out of Indian Country.


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