CRCC finds RCMP use of force on Elsipogtog fracking protests ‘necessary and proportional’
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.
It’s a picture that has been viewed around the world.
And helped define the events of the raid on an anti-fracking barricade in Rexton, New Brunswick last week.
By Jorge Barrera APTN National News ELSIPOGTOG FIRST NATION, N.B. – Ongoing talks between Premier…
He says he’s a warrior chief defending the land from environmental destruction.