|Russell Means outside the U.S. Courthouse where he was on trial|
Russell Means, American Indian Activist, Dies at 72 - NYTimes.com:
by Robert McFadden
"Undeterred, Means led a caravan of Sioux and Cheyenne into a gathering of 500 people commemorating the centennial of Gen. George Armstrong Custer’s last stand at Little Big Horn in Montana in 1876, the nation’s worst defeat of the Indian wars. To pounding drums, Mr. Means and his followers mounted a speaker’s platform, joined hands and did a victory dance, sung in Sioux Lakota, titled “Custer Died for Your Sins.”" 'via Blog this'