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Undated 2012 photos provided by the Minnesota Department of Corrections show Arthur Francis Cree, left, William Earl Morris, center, and a photo provided by the U.S. Marshall's Service shows Wakinyon Wakan McArthur, right. The three members of a violent American Indian gang are accused of being part of a criminal enterprise that used intimidation and violence to keep the gang in power. They will go on trial in Minneapolis on Tuesday. (AP Photos/HO-Minnesota Department of Corrections and U.S. Marshall's Service)

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Undated 2012 photos provided by the Minnesota Department of Corrections show Arthur Francis Cree, left, William Earl Morris, center, and a photo provided by the U.S. Marshall's Service shows Wakinyon Wakan McArthur, right. The three members of a violent American Indian gang are accused of being part of a criminal enterprise that used intimidation and violence to keep the gang in power. They will go on trial in Minneapolis on Tuesday. (AP Photos/HO-Minnesota Department of Corrections and U.S. Marshall's Service)
Undated 2012 photos provided by the Minnesota Department of Corrections show Arthur Francis Cree, left, William Earl Morris, center, and a photo provided by the U.S. Marshall's Service shows Wakinyon Wakan McArthur, right. The three members of a violent American Indian gang are accused of being part of a criminal enterprise that used intimidation and violence to keep the gang in power. They will go on trial in Minneapolis on Tuesday. (AP Photos/HO-Minnesota Department of Corrections and U.S. Marshall's Service)
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