December 6, 2011
By Jeff Parkinson
For those who have not yet heard, The Caledonia Eight is a group of people who on December 3, 2011 were arrested on Surrey Street in Caledonia because of the color of their skin. A trait over which they have no control.
The group consisting of Gary McHale, Merlyn Kinrade, Randy Fleming, Bonnie Stephens, Jack VanHalteren, Mark Vandermaas, Doug Fleming, & Jeff Parkinson had their freedom taken from them for walkilng down a public road owned by the Corporation of Haldimand County by order of the McGuinty government who does not own the road.
At no time did any in the group stray from the road or set foot on the property of the Douglas Creek Estates (outside of the public road), and knowing this, the Ontario Provincial Police chose to continue to unlawfully arrest them, handcuff them, search them, put them in a paddy wagon, take them to the local substation, and issue them each a summons for failing to leave premises when directed.
The battle to end race based policing in Ontario will continue on January 6th 2012 when all of the Caledonia Eight will appear in Court to face their invalid, unlawful charges.
Now here’s the video. Best viewed at 720p, but that may take some time to buffer.
Much will be said in the months and likely years to come about these arrests, but I’ll leave it to you folks to judge for yourself what took place.
Also worthy of your time is this footage I captured of the OPP failing to do anything about a direct threat by one of the Natives to Bonnie Stephens right before her arrest. “Come again & the cops won’t be here to protect you”. Truly disgusting behavior from an obviously depraved person.
Here’s a look at what’s coming this Month to CanaceHD which as of this writing has over 398,000 views in just over One year.