08 August 2006

Natives targetted 89 y/o man

Funny, none of the previous mainstream media reports mentioned this...

Haldimand County Mayor Marie Trainer, who was present when the rocks were being thrown, said the altercation erupted after aboriginals sparked a fire.

But Trainer said residents were already angry as aboriginals had thrown rocks earlier at the home of an 89-year-old man whose house borders the occupied land.

"They started throwing rocks at his home, and of course that got the neighbours going who wanted to protect him and started throwing rocks back," she said.
So what's next on the native agenda? Tipping over baby carriages? Were the OPP just standing by watching this happen?

It'll be interesting to see how Justice Marshall rules today on the Caledonia injunction.

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2 comments:

richfisher said...

Bullets are always served after an apetizer of rocks.

Neo Conservative said...

The problem here is that bullets are very often a permanent solution. Let's go with the "Law of the Land" here.