Chiefs decry lawsuit

Posted: May 10, 2007 in CN Rail, DCE, Deseronto, Natives, Terrorism

Canadian National Railway’s decision to launch a lawsuit against Mohawk activists who twice blocked a main railway line through
Ontario will intensify confrontations and force militants underground, say some First Nations chiefs.

“Individuals will do unorganized, random and clandestine type of blockades where no one will be able to see who is doing what,” said Chief Terrance Nelson, chairman of the Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council, which represents nine Manitoba First Nations. “It’s like poking a stick at a hornets’ nest.”

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