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** FILE ** Winslow Friday, a Northern Arapaho tribal member who admitted killing a bald eagle in 2005 for use in a religious ceremony, makes his way into the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals at the U.S. Courthouse in Denver in December 2007. (AP Photo/Bill Ross, File)
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** FILE ** Winslow Friday, a Northern Arapaho tribal member who admitted killing a bald eagle in 2005 for use in a religious ceremony, makes his way into the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals at the U.S. Courthouse in Denver in December 2007. (AP Photo/Bill Ross, File)

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