Multiple failures at Ipperwash: Inquiry reports

Posted: June 1, 2007 in Appeasement & Cowardice, Corruption, Dudley George, Home Grown Terrorism in Canada, Ipperwash, IpperWashGate, Land claims, Natives, Propaganda

After years of examining the 1995 death of native protester Dudley George at an Ontario provincial park, commissioner Sidney Linden laid blame on Thursday for the fatal shooting on the police and governments.

(Edit: All blame was kept squarely away from the Terrorists who seized the base, terrorized the town, and were seizing a Provincial Park when George was shot)

And, as Ontario’s aboriginal affairs minister offered apologies, the commissioner in charge of the Ipperwash Inquiry said: “the most urgent priority is for the federal government to return” the land to local native bands “immediately.”

In Ottawa federal Indian Affairs Minister Jim Prentice pledged to fulfill
Linden’s recommendation.

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