Native Paper Reports AK47 Used in Recent Shooting and started on DCE

Posted: May 30, 2007 in Caledonia, DCE, Headlines, Home Grown Terrorism in Canada, Natives, OPP

May 30, 2007

In the May 23, 2007 issue of Turtle Island News, native spokeswoman Janie Jamieson stated that there were in fact firearms on the Douglas Creek Estates (DCE) reclamation site in Caledonia, this contrary to previous reports that no firearms had ever been taken onto the site.

Jamieson went on to say that on May 17, 2007, there was an incident in which a firearm was involved at Kanohnstaton, the name given by natives to the DCE site. The plan (by Jamieson) was to build heavily secured gates at entry points onto the site. Also, the Ontario Provincial Police will be allowed to continue aerial searches of the site according to Jamieson.

It appears that the incident with the AK47 was sparked by internal bickering over security at the reclamation site. One woman was quoted as saying that it was people currently on the site who were causing all the problems and that all adults except Carol Bomberry and Janie Jamieson had left the site fearing for their own safety.

CaledoniaWakeUpCall was notified by an eye witness who saw the suspect, waiving the firearm and threatening to kill someone. The eye witness reported this to OPP stationed near the DCE, but no attempt was made by the OPP to prevent the suspect from leaving the DCE.

The big question, apart from why are we just now ‘officially’ finding out there are indeed dangerous weapons on the DCE, but why did the OPP not attempt to prevent VanEvery from even leaving the DCE? He had an AK47, was waiving it around and threatening to shoot someone with it.

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