Article Photos: Feds say Native Mob gang dented but work remains 6/6

CORRECTS NAME OF ATTORNEY TO TOM SHIAH NOT FREDERICK GOETZ AND CLIENT TO WILLIAM EARL MORRIS, NOT WAKINYON WAKAN MCARTHUR - Defense Attorney Tom Shiah talks to reporters after his client, William Earl Morris, 25, and another defendant, Anthony Francis Cree, 26,  alleged "soldiers" in the American Indian gang Native Mob, were convicted along with alleged Native Mob leader, 34-year-old Wakinyon Wakan McArthur, on an array of racketeering and other charges by a federal jury Tuesday, March 19, 2013, in Minneapolis.  McArthur was convicted on drug and weapons charges, and also on a charge of racketeering conspiracy, which is often used to target organized crime. William Earl Morris, 25, and Anthony Francis Cree, 26, also were convicted of multiple charges including attempted murder in aid of racketeering. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)