Photo Kahentinetha Horn hospitalized after attack by border special forces

Kahentinetha Horn, publisher of Mohawk Nation News, hospitalized with a heart attack on June 14, 2008, after being attacked by special forces in Canada at the Cornwall/Akwesasne border. Photo by Sagowaiaks.

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

CORNWALL, Ontario -- Kahentinetha Horn, 68, was handcuffed in a police stress hold at the border crossing. Kahentinetha told them she was having chest pains and to loosen the handcuffs. The officers responded by tightening the handcuffs. Kahentinetha was told to bend over in the presence of a male and female officer. She was suffering a trauma induced heart attack. During the attack Katenies, Mohawk Nation News editor, was beaten and jailed by the gang of at least 10 special forces. Kahentinetha is out of the hospital and is recovering. Please consider contributing to the legal fees for a lawsuit against the Canadian police and special forces who attacked the two Mohawk grandmothers.
For more information on Kahentinetha's condition and letters of support:
Please send checks and money orders to:
Mohawk Nation News
Box 991
Kahnawake, Quebec


Unknown said…
These brutal attacks on Mohawk women elders by mercenary armed men (cowards "just taking orders" from high levels of govt.)happened on June 14th, 2008, a whopping three days after the glitzy display of "sincerity" and "earnestness" in parliament as the pm apologized for genocide ((e) forcibly transferring children from the group to a different group - UN defn.) that afternoon on June 11th, 2008.

Wake up world: all the genocidal legislation is still on the books and actively in force - that's what makes it "canada"! that's what makes it "the usa"!

Honour these warrior grandmothers still fighting for the planet's and humanity's future. Stand with them - stop paying taxes to these brutal illegitimate bodies. Demand justice.

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