Six Nations officials didn’t OK smoke shop

Posted: May 19, 2007 in Caledonia, DCE, Land claims, Natives, Terrorism

A smoke shop that was the site of a shooting Thursday afternoon was set up without Six Nations band council or Confederacy approval. Six Nations media say the hut on the site was set up last week by Jeff Henhawk without approval from the Six Nations band council. The council rents the land to a Six Nations farmer, but Henhawk is a supporter of the traditional Confederacy and believes he does not need permission from the council to set up his cigarette hut.

An Ohsweken man faces a charge of attempted murder stemming from the incident at the shop at Highway 6 and 5th Line, between Caledonia and the hamlet of Willow Grove.

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