Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

February 10, 2020

Wet'suwet'en Raid and Injunctions Expected Monday Feb. 10, 2020

MONDAY FEB. 10, 2020 -- Breaking news now! 
Arrests underway go to: ASSAULT RIFLES, DOGS, SOUND CANNONS -- Unist'ot'en Camp 9:38 am - 11 tactical at end of driveway of Healing Centre, 7 on hill. 2 canine units. DLTs hovering around ceremonial bell structure filming. 9:32 am - Several assault rifles spotted pointed at Healing Centre. K9 units. Sounds cannons. Handguns.
Unist'ot'en Camp: 8:54 am - RCMP at #Unistoten gate, holding large piece of equipment. Matriarchs calling ancestors. 9:11 am - More RCMP officers crouching behind snowbank, hiding from view. 2 high visibility and one in red plaid. 2 helicopter dropoffs at the top of the hill so far. 9:09 am - Ravens flying above the officers. They are Oyate, Karla Tait's daughter, in spirit form. She told us they would be with us. She is 5 years old Unist'ot'en.

Monday morning 7 am local time: Arrests at Port of Vancouver underway. Sixteen RCMP vehicles headed to Unist'ot'en.

Port of Vancouver photo Ricochet 

(Video) Our Tsakiy’ze (female hereditary chiefs) speaking today in Wet’suwet’en at the checkpoint at 4km on Laksilyu territory. They spoke calmly but these matriarchs are full of rage and sadness today.

Mohawks Stand Strong Regardless of Injunction and Halt Trains
Quinte News

Mohawks burn injunction and continue to halt trains

Mohawk women at Kahnawake went to the tracks on Saturday morning and began the train blockade there. Both passenger and freight trains travel through Mohawk land there, traveling between Montreal and the United States.


Censored News Breaking News 
Monday, Feb. 10

Ricochet media said just now on Twitter: "In an email to media, the RCMP announced they will raid #Unistoten tomorrow after 6 AM PT. Follow journalists @photobracken and @amandajfollett reporting from inside police lines, and we’ll update throughout. @GitxsanJt is in Prince Rupert, and can’t be there tomorrow. #bcpoli ... An injunction has been served on the blockade of Vancouver’s port. Canada’s busiest, it has been blocked for days. A police raid could come late tonight, or early tomorrow. We have a journalist heading to the scene right now. Updates to come. #bcpoli #Wetsuweten

Vancouver and Delta Ports: An injunction was served today to peaceful demonstrators standing in solidarity with #Wetsuweten land defenders and hereditary chiefs at the Vancouver and Delta ports. Vancouver and Delta Ports -- All allies are asked to come down to the ports at 5 am.


#Unistoten women hold a ceremony honouring their missing and murdered Indigenous sisters and inviting their spirits to stand with them against the same RCMP who denied them justice. #WetsuwetenStrong #MMIWG #ShutDownCanada

It takes a whole convoy of militarized Canadian police to raid a small group of people in prayer. -- Wet'suwet'en Territory, Sunday evening.
Monday: Three Developments

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