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Several Ojibwe netted fish on Lake Bemidji, Minnesota on May 14, 2010 to demonstrate Ojibwe treaty rights. The State of Minnesota confiscated and destroyed the nets because they think it's against the law. The tribes want to get a citation so they can challenge the 1855 Treaty in court. Audrey Thayer from the Minnesota ACLU describes the day's events.
BEMIDJI, Minn. -- After fleeing the country and refusing to cooperate with U.S. investigators, a man from France has been convicted in his home country of sexually assaulting two boys at a northern Minnesota language camp.
A French citizen who taught at the French Academy of Minnesota in St. Louis Park was sentenced to 12 years in prison Thursday on charges of sexual assault. Adrien Massey, 32, of Angers, France, was convicted in a French court of sexual assault and touching equivalent to rape on American minors...
A French national has been convicted in France of sexually assaulting boys during a field trip to a language camp in northern Minnesota. Thirty-two-year-old Adrien Massy was sentenced in Angers, France, to 12 years in prison. Massy allegedly assaulted six boys and girls in Minnesota, then fled to France to avoid trial.