1. Sitting back and watching while Julian Fantino, McGuinty and the OPP allowed the Mohawk Warriors organized crime group to terrorize Caledonia.
In the discovery for the Brown/Chatwell lawsuit, Superintendent John Cain, the OPP’s major incident commander in overall charge of DCE from March, testified that this information [presence of “extreme activists” on Douglas Creek Estates occupation site] came from [Superintendent Ron] George in early April . Cain also said that, in his view, “extreme activists” meant Mohawk Warriors, whom he described as being akin to Hells Angels in that the Warriors deploy themselves in a quasi-military manner and, as he succinctly put it, they “use guns, have guns.”
- Helpless, Christie Blatchford, 2010, p55
The officers said the OPP grew more concerned about the possibility of violence after the arrival of militant members of the Mohawk Warriors, a group described as “akin to the Hells Angels.” The Warriors were involved in organized crime and cigarette running and had a reputation for physical confrontation and access to guns, including assault rifles, court heard. “Their flag was raised higher than the Six Nations flag which is symbolic of who controls the site,” Insp. Haggith testified.
- National Post, Nov 13/09: Faith lost in OPP’s ability to protect Caledonia: testimony REPRINT
- see also: VoiceofCanada, Dec 22/09: Brown-Chatwell trial: crimes against democracy (see section 1 re Warriors)
- see also: VoiceofCanada feature: Caledonia Photos
2. Annointing Julian Fantino as the CPC candidate in Vaughan – one of the key leaders of the OPP/Liberal ‘peacekeeping’ force that provided security, legal and PR services to the criminals who terrorized Caledonia. The same Julian Fantino who cruelly joked recently that he was going to be a voice for victims now that he was an MP:
- Western Standard, Dec 20/10: Julian and the Victims
- see also: Caledonia Victims Project, Dec 20/10: Western Standard: “one victim Julian Fantino did not have the courage to meet
- see also: Ottawa Citizen, Dec 16/10: ‘Team player’ Fantino vows to be voice for victims [PDF]
- Conservatives Against Fantino: www.ConservativesAgainstFantino.ca
3. Ordering the Canadian Forces to…I can barely write the words…apologize to the criminals who terrorized Ipperwash, Caledonia, Deseronto and Oka. Oka – where they murdered Corporal Marcel Lemay. Marcel Lemay – the dead police officer to whom Christie Blatchford’s Helpless is dedicated. Blatchford – the award winning author whose book the Conservative Party of Canada refused to wait to read before appointing Julian Fantino as their Vaughan candidate. Helpless – the book about how Caledonia was terrorized by Mohawk Warriors.