|Col Brooks||6th Regt. to M.V.||Members|
|Major Bradley||6th Regt. to M.V.|
|Capt. Grant||6th Regt. to M.V.|
|Capt. Bailey||6th Regt. to M.V.|
|Lt. Olin||3d Regt. to M.V.||Judge Advocate|
| Signed -
Lt. Coe - State Militia
Thomas Robertson being sworn states-- I heard the prisoner say the morning after the first massacre that ___ (his gun) was old gun, but that he had killed 19 with it-- This was in front of John Moore's house. His wife and children ____ (seen?) at the Beaver Creek Massacre.
Wakinya being sworn says-- I never knew anything about the prisoner.
Prisoner states I never fired my gun off.
And therefore the case being closed the Commission was cleared and proceeded
with findings and sentence.
The Military Commission after due deliberation on the foregoing find the prisoner, the said Na-pay-shne, a Sioux Indian as follows --
Guilty of the specification
Guilty of the charge
and sentence him to be hanged by the neck until he is dead.
We certify that the foregoing are the minutes of the proceedings and testimony on the annexed charge, under order No. 55 of Col. H. H. Sibley.
I. V. D. Heard}
[Signed by the five members of the Commission]
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