I couldn't reach it, at least. Odd, today of all days.
From a few days back, and mirrored at Leonard Peltier Defense Fund:
LPDC | Article | Indianz.com - October 9, 2002
Peltier Seeks Reduction in Prison Sentence
Attorneys for American Indian Movement activist Leonard Peltier were back in federal court on Tuesday to seek a reduction in sentence for the ailing prisoner.
More than 100 supporters and family members showed up in St. Paul, Minnesota, for the hearing. A drum group rallied the group outside the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, where a small ceremony by Lakota elder David Chief was held.
Inside, a three-judge panel of the court considered pleas to change two consecutive life terms Peltier is serving in Leavenworth, Kansas. Attorney Eric Seitz said a federal judge relied on faulty evidence to send the internationally-known figure to jail.
Much more information, like, you know, background and context if you're not familiar with the internationally-known, but domestically-invisible figure, at FreePeltier.org. For what it's worth.
Columbus Day protests, like Peltier's case and, to a much greater extent, Mumia's, have sort-of faded into background noise as far as the mainstream is concerned. Quick way to label someone a member of the loony left is suggesting they participated in a rally or march for any of those causes.