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(NEWS CENTER) -- A half century ago, events happened on the Pleasant Point Indian Reservation that are still being felt to this day. They involve an unlikely collaboration between an aging Passamaquoddy tribal official and a white lawyer from away, and a violent crime that left one man dead and an entire tribe seeking justice.

It's all documented in a new series of reports by Portland Press Herald and Maine Sunday Telegram reporter Colin Woodard, who spent months researching tribal and state documents, interviewing witnesses and those affected by what happened back in the mid-1960's.

NEWS CENTER's Rob Caldwell speaks with Woodard about the series.

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