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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Josh Thompson
In a story March 5 about three Blackfeet tribal members who pleaded guilty to holding illegal big-game hunts for country musicians, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Jay Wells is a former Blackfeet Tribal Business Council member. Wells has been suspended from the council, not removed from it.
Three former Blackfeet tribal leaders pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges they held illegal big-game hunts for country musicians participating in an outdoors television show on the northwestern Montana reservation.
Three Blackfeet tribal leaders were indicted Tuesday on charges they held illegal big-game hunts for a film crew and country music stars including Josh Thompson and Justin Moore, but supporters say the accusations stem from an internal tribal power struggle.
"I got the idea from a coach at LSU who came up with the idea of having a Dedication Game," Thompson said.
"Focus on what's important," Thompson told his team as it gathered around him. "Forget everything outside the focus of our preparation. Concentrate on exams and getting ready for the game."