Mi’kmaq warriors guilty of gun charges related to anti-fracking protest

About 40 supporters crowded into a Moncton courtroom Thursday to learn the fate of two Mi’kmaq warriors on gun-related charges laid against them during last October’s anti-fracking protest in New Brunswick.

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About 40 supporters crowded into a Moncton courtroom Thursday to learn the fate of two Mi’kmaq warriors on gun-related charges laid against them during last October’s anti-fracking protest in New Brunswick.

Aaron Francis was convicted of possessing a gun for a dangerous purpose, while Germaine Breau is guilty of pointing a rifle.

APTN’s Trina Roache was there and has the story.