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Sep 14, 2007

CALEDONIA – A building contractor is undergoing tests in hospital to determine if he has brain damage after he was clubbed on the head by a Six Nations protester yesterday, the man’s brother says.

“I believe that my brother was one strike away from being killed,” an emotional Joe Gualtieri said today near the building site where his brother Sam was beaten unconscious yesterday.

Indians continued their protest at the southern Ontario housing development today under the watchful eye of police.

Gualtieri, 52, of Caledonia was found unconscious yesterday after he entered a partially constructed home — which he was building for his daughter — and clashed with several Indian youths.

His injured brother is drifting in and out of consciousness and is at times unaware he is in the hospital, Joe Gualtieri said, adding that he wants those responsible for the attack charged with attempted murder.

He said his nephews were with his brother at the house when a group of Indians went inside and confronted them. Sam Gualtieri was then beaten with what may have been an oak railing.

“When the one nephew found him unconscious, the individual had just finished striking him again . . . beating him over the head, when he was already unconscious,” Joe Gualtieri said.

“When he’s unconscious, do you still have to prove a point? To prove a point that you have a problem with the government?”

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September 14, 2007

Today was a truly extraordinary day and night for me as we had our first protest at the building site in Brantford and an exceptional night in Caledonia on Stirling Street.

We spent some quality time in Brantford protesting on behalf of the rule of law being upheld and against the violence and extortion currently being used by Native Criminals in an attempt to demonstrate supremacy and control over Non Native Canadians.

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September 13, 2007

 

Hearing late this afternoon that an illegal Native occupation in Caledonia had turned vicious and seen a local developer attacked and hospitalized by the Native Criminals, I spent the evening on the scene.

I arrived shortly before the OPP set up a barricade to keep residents away from their homes and to ensure that any non Natives could not walk down this public street, so I was able to stay behind that police line all evening.

When the criminal occupiers agreed to leave, some Native youth decided they were going to do their own land claim. While the OPP played bodyguard, they climbed a large dirt hill and planted a Warrior flag. Native elders were allowed in to bring food and water to the children who were dressed in typical warrior garb with masks and camouflage.

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