Thursday, April 20, 2006

Police Brutality Witnessed at Six Nations Protest Site

"Youths were dragged from their tents.... one woman was beaten by five police officers".

Janie Jamieson, a spokesperson for the people, told reporters that police brutality was witnessed. Several people were reported injured and sixteen arrested when the the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP)stormed the Six Nations protest site, near Caledonia.

Read several articles about this on the Turtle Island Native Network News site.

3 comment(s):

I understand that the only person hurt was a police officer who was hit in the had with rocks.

The other protester had burns which although he claimed were inflicted police possibly by holding a bic lighter to his arms were in actual fact cause by trying to start the tire fire.

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