Protesters are demanding the release of one of the few natives arrested for assault during the occupation in Caledonia, claiming he is a "political prisoner". Note, the cameraman who set up his camera behind police lines and attempted to protect his property from aggressive seizure was punched in the head several times while police stood by and did nothing.
A group protesting outside the attorney general's office in Toronto on Monday demanded the release of an aboriginal man arrested during the land dispute near Caledonia, Ont., who they claim is a political prisoner.Yet they've no problem accepting protection from the Canadian police force, along with handouts and special privileges from the rest of the country. Two-tier justice continues in Dalton McGuinty's Ontario.
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