Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

May 31, 2021

Mass Grave of 215 Children at Kamloops -- Chief Arvol Looking Horse: 'We Take Care of our Relatives Spiritually'

Statement of Chief Arvol Looking Horse

 "If you didn't release your children -- they would shoot them right in your arms.

Thousands of our babies never made it home all over Turtle Island. Many sexually abused girls with babies beside them.

Communities need to do a 'Spirit Releasing' around those old Boarding Schools -- stop saying its haunted and do something about it.

We take care of our Relatives Spiritually."


May 2021

Mass grave of 215 children found at Kamloops Indian Residential Boarding School

Native children as young as three years old, stolen from their families, found in mass grave at Kamloops Indian Residential School

The man who witnessed the Queen of England kidnapping 10 children from Kamloops Indian Residential School died suddenly in good health, before testifying.

Reconciliation Canada broadcast live with elders, May 31, 2021, on Facebook

Passamaquoddy Reacquire Island in Maine

#LandBack: Passamaquoddy Tribe Reacquires Culturally Significant 140-Acres of Island in Kci Monosakom (Big Lake), Maine

May 17, 2021
Donald Soctomah, Cultural and Historical Preservation Officer for the Passamaquoddy Tribe, Corey Hinton, Esq., Passamaquoddy Tribal Citizen at Sipayik and Head of the Tribal Nations Practice Group at Drummond Woodsum

Motahkomikuk (Indian Township), Maine – On March 12, 2021, the Passamaquoddy Tribe at Motahkomikuk (Indian Township) reacquired 140 acres of their unceded Ancestral territory – the largest island in Kci Monosakom, (Big Lake) Maine. Originally known as Kuwesuwi Monihq (Pine Island), and renamed "White's Island" by settlers, this place has deep historical and cultural significance to the Passamaquoddy community. The island was included as part of the Tribe's Indian Township reservation in the 1794 Treaty, as well as the Maine Indian Claims Settlement Act of 1980.

The history of Kuwesuwi Monihq goes back to time immemorial, but the island has recent memories attached to it as well. It was a place where food was stored in root cellars, where life was sustained through fishing and the passage of culture from one generation to the next. During the smallpox epidemic brought by the French and English settlers, community members would deliver food from Kuwesuwi Monihq to sick relatives quarantined nearby.

May 29, 2021

O'odham Victory: Halting Hazardous Waste Dump at Sacred Quitovac

O'odham shut down Route 2 at Quitovac, shown above. Photo copyright Jason Jaacks. Below: O'odham  shut down the border crossing at Sonoyta/Lukeville in 2006 in their successful actions that halted a planned hazardous waste dump near their Ceremonial place of Quitovac, just south of the Arizona border. Ofelia Rivas, founder of O'odham Voice Against the Wall, led the successful effort to halt the chemical waste dump. Photos copyright Ofelia Rivas.
The new website is: O'odham Rights


Protest at Mexican Consulate in Tucson. Photo copyright Ofelia Rivas.

Celebrating Victory: O'odham Shut Down Border and Halted Chemical Dump at Quitovac 

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

Today we honor the victory of traditional O'odham who halted a hazardous waste dump near their Ceremonial place of Quitovac, on O'odham land in Sonora, just south of the Arizona border.

Navajo Nation receives $1.8 billion from U.S. American Rescue Plan Act

Navajo's future will be brighter and we will continue to coordinate with county, state and federal officials to monitor the evolving impacts of the coronavirus," said Speaker Seth Damon of the 24th Navajo Nation Council.

By Navajo Nation Office
of the President and the Vice President
Navajo Nation Office of the Speaker

Navajo Nation receives initial $1.8 billion
allocation through the American Rescue Plan Act

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – The Navajo Nation received notice on Friday from the U.S. Department of the Treasury, acknowledging receipt of "complete and accurate" information and documentation that was submitted by the Navajo Nation Washington Office on May 21, which was used to calculate the allocation of funding through the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds program authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act that provides $20 billion for tribes to help recover from the devastating impacts of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Following the notice, the Navajo Nation received its initial funding allocation totaling $1,861,554,458.43.

May 27, 2021

Thacker Pass preliminary injunction filed to halt lithium mine

Thacker Pass photo by Western Shoshone Carl Bad Bear Sampson

Conservation and Public Accountability Groups Ask Court to Block Construction of the Thacker Pass Lithium Mine

by Great Basin Resource Watch
Chelsey Hand | May 27, 2021
Kelly Fuller, Western Watersheds Project,
John Hadder, Great Basin Resource Watch
Kevin Emmerich, Basin and Range Watch
Katie Fite, Wildlands Defense,

RENO, Nevada — Today four conservation and public accountability groups filed for a preliminary injunction in the Federal District Court in Reno, asking the court to prohibit construction of the Thacker Pass lithium mine.

The fast-tracked mine was approved by the Bureau of Land Management in January 2021, only five days before President Biden took office and less than one year after the mine began its environmental review process. The four groups filed federal litigation challenging the mine’s approval in February 2021.

Treaty People Gathering June 5 -- 8: Stop Enbridge Line 3 in Northern Minnesota

Water Protectors Call to Action

"We rise together for treaties. We rise together for climate. We rise together for our water. We rise together for one another. As Enbridge builds Line 3 through Anishinaabe treaty land and the Mississippi Headwaters, we continue to stand strong in our resistance.

"We will not stand by and watch a fossil fuel corporation line its pockets as so much is destroyed, producing oil we don't need.

"On June 5 -- 8, we will gather in Northern Minnesota to put our bodies on the line, to stop construction and tell the world that the days of tar sands pipelines are over.

"Only a major, nonviolent uprising - including direct action will propel this issue to the top of the nation's consciousness and force Biden to act. We are rising. Join us."

Watch Film: U.S. used Marshall Islanders in human radiation experiments

International Uranium Film Festival 2021

Watch Now -- The Marshall Islands: The United States secret radiation testing on islanders, and missile and atomic bomb testing, is revealed in this film from the South Pacific, at the International Uranium Fim Festival 2021.

Islanders were used by the U.S. in secret nuclear fallout experiments, resulting in cancers and birth defects for victims of the U. S. government. 

Watch 'Nuclear Savage film: The Islands of Secret Project 4.1'

More films at this year's festival happening now:

May 24, 2021

Secret Navajo Nation deal to buy Remington Arms included $10 million incentive

Documents expose secret negotiations within Navajo Nation, and how contracted consultants stood to make $10 million on Remington Arms purchase

By Brenda Norrell

Copyright Censored News

A consultant company received $150,000 per month from the Navajo Nation, during secret negotiations for the purchase of bankrupt Remington Arms last year, according to documents obtained by Censored News.

If the deal had gone through, the consultant firm would have received up to $10 million.

The details are in documents which are now part of a criminal investigation by the Navajo Nation, and obtained by Censored News.

As the coronavirus spread and claimed hundreds of Dine' lives during the spring of 2020, secret negotiations were underway within the Navajo Budget and Finance Committee to purchase Remington Arms for $300 million.

May 21, 2021

Navajo Nation Cease and Desist Order to Agile Technologies: Halt Unauthorized COVID-19 Tests

Photo: First Lady Jill Biden speaks in the Navajo Capitol at Window Rock, Arizona.  Agile Technologies says it was contracted to provide COVID-19 services during Biden's visit in April. The Navajo Nation says the contract, and methods, were never authorized. Photo credit Office of Navajo President.

Navajo Nation issues cease and desist order to company administering unauthorized COVID-19 tests, as new questions arise over the secret negotiations to purchase Remington Arms

Article by Brenda Norrell

Censored News

WINDOW ROCK, Arizona -- The Navajo Nation sent the following cease and desist order to Agile Technologies, which is administering unauthorized types of coronavirus tests to Navajos.

Navajo Attorney General Doreen McPaul states a sole source contract from the Navajo Nation was unauthorized and has expired.

Agile Technologies is not a health care provider, but has continued to operate illegally on the Navajo Nation, after the unauthorized contract expired on Dec. 30, 2020.

Agile is administering rapid antigen and antibody tests, which are not approved by the CDC.

Agile has rented space at the Navajo Shopping Center and has continued to administer these unauthorized COVID-19 tests. It is misleading the public into believing it is operating on behalf of the Navajo Nation, according to the cease and desist order.

May 20, 2021

Unauthorized coronavirus test used on Navajo Nation, info used in marketing campaign

Unauthorized COVID-19 tests were administered to Navajos and the  information was used in an online marketing campaign. The Navajo Nation Council says the contract was not authorized. Unapproved types of antigen and antibody rapid virus tests were administered to Navajos. The company's services were used during First Lady Biden's recent visit. The services included disinfecting 10 tribal buildings, and distributing "bipolar ionization necklaces," and bracelets to monitor body functions.

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News
Updated May 21, 2021

Unauthorized rapid coronavirus tests were  administered to Navajos. The information,  which includes COVID-19
 services during First Lady Jill Biden's visit, was used in an online marketing campaign.

Meanwhile, the Navajo Nation Council said the $3 million contract was not authorized to 
Agile Technologies, a software technology company. The Navajo Nation issued a cease and desist order to the company on May 7.

Cultural Genocide: Lakotas disrupt Kristi Noem's round dance

Lakotas disrupt South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem's powwow at the Capitol today --  holding her responsible for COVID-19 deaths, attempts to dismantle tribal sovereignty, strangling free speech and lawful protests, and squandering CARES Act funds.

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

PIERRE, South Dakota -- Calling her a trickster, Lakotas called out Kristi Noem for "killing grandmothers and grandfathers," today, after the South Dakota governor blocked virus protection efforts.

Over a loud speaker, Lakotas blasted, "Kristi Noem is no friend of Native People."

As pale police pushed them back from the Capitol during the round dance, Lakotas called out, "You're dancing for racism."

May 18, 2021

Zapatistas music video: Dolphins off the coast of Cuba


Dolphins off the coast of Cuba

Take a ride onboard their ship, 'The Mountain,' with the Zapatistas' delegation crossing the great Atlantic -- as Basque, Sami, Indigenous of Siberia, and the continent beyond, awaits their arrival. Watch music video:

Música: «La Bruja», son jarocho interpretado por Sones de México Ensamble, con Billy Branch. Imágenes: parte de la travesía de La Montaña, arribo y desembarco en Cienfuegos, Cuba; y reunión del Escuadrón 421 para mirar la página de Enlace Zapatista.

Read 'Dolphins!' by SupGaleano (Marcos)

Mohawk Nation News 'Notice #2 to Montreal and Bronfmans: Trespass on Mohawk Nation Land'

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Biden Administration Denies Apache Religious and Treaty Rights in New Oak Flat Court Filing


Contact:  Dr. Wendsler Nosie, Sr. Apache Stronghold,



By Apache Stronghold

Censored News

OAK FLAT, Ariz. – The Biden Administration's Department of Justice ("DOJ") filed papers in the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals this evening trying to stop the traditional Apache from protecting their religious and treaty rights at Oak Flat in eastern Arizona. 

On March 18, 2021, Apache Stronghold appealed to the 9th Circuit to stop the destruction of Oak Flat or Chi'chil Bildagoteel by foreign mining companies which violates both the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and the 1852 Treaty between the Apache and the U.S. government.

May 17, 2021

Pronghorns on the bombing range: Targeted assassinations in a world where leaders mumble

The Reckless Disregard for Life

By Brenda Norrell 
Censored News

My mind is on the pronghorns in the Sonoran Desert, west of the Tohono O'odham Nation, and the drones used for targeted assassinations.

The last time I visited the center designed to protect the pronghorns, the staff told me they went out to the Goldwater Bombing Range to take the small pronghorn herd food and water.

"Are the pronghorns being bombed?" I asked, shocked. Their answers were mumbled. The small herd of endangered Sonoran Pronghorn struggled to make their way across the border during their annual migrations.

Today, a border wall violating all natural laws has been built. And worse, the bombing does continue. The pristine desert here, and in northern Nevada, are testing grounds for the U.S. drones used in targeted assassinations and kill flights. Jet fighters pierce the air in their war games.

Today, on the other side of our world, bombs fall on Palestine -- and the world leaders mumble.

Palestinian children are killed in the reckless act of war. They are locked in the prison by border walls. One of those responsible for both the Palestinian wall, and manufacturing drones for killing civilians, is Elbit Systems of Israel.

Today Elbit is at work on the Tohono O'odham Nation constructing spy towers, integrated fixed towers, for surveillance by the U.S. Border Patrol. Border Patrol agents can now stalk traditional O'odham using Israeli technology.

What has become of the pronghorns?

What will become of a world where Palestinian children are killed with reckless impunity?

Photo by Brenda Norrell

Censored News 2007: Pronghorns on the Bombing Range

The Sonoran Pronghorn can run 60 miles per hour, but can it outrun an out-of-control Bush Administration building border walls

By Brenda Norrell

AJO, Arizona (2007) – The Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge visitor center looks like a typical national park office from the outside. Inside, however, the mysteries unfold of the Sonoran Desert, the endangered Sonoran pronghorn and the delicate complexion of the desert ecosystem.

May 15, 2021

Truth-tellers on border lands make Censored News possible

Human rights abusers and profiteers on the Arizona border: The U.S. Border Patrol, Elbit Systems based in Israel, militarized security.

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

The people who live on the land at the border are the ones who expose the truth.

Many years ago, one of my friends on the border spotted an Israeli ATV on the border south of Tucson.

I researched it and found out that border contacts were going from the U.S. government to the Israeli defense contractor Elbit Systems. It is based in Israel and protested around the world for human rights abuses in Palestine.

That was more than 15 years ago.

Currently, Elbit has completed 10 spy towers -- integrated fixed towers -- on the Tohono O'odham Nation, violating O'odham burial places, and placing vulnerable O'odham at risk.

May 7, 2021

Borders of Repression -- Israel's Elbit on Tohono O'odham Nation and in Palestine

Borders of Repression -- Israel's Elbit on Tohono O'odham Nation and in Palestine 

By Brenda Norrell

Censored News

The 'Divest in Elbit' panel presentation reveals how the Israeli defense contractor Elbit Systems has built 10 surveillance towers on the Tohono O'odham Nation and tracks O'odham 24 hours a day.

Ofelia Rivas, Tohono O'odham living on the border on her homeland, describes the surveillance, and devastation to O'odham burial places, from the construction by Elbit on the Tohono O'odham Nation.

The United States government disregarded all federal laws which protect Native sacred sites, animals and the environment in order for the spy towers -- integrated fixed towers -- to be constructed, she said.

The Tohono O'odham Nation government approved Elbit's spy towers on their sovereign land, over the objection of the Gu-Vo District and traditional O'odham.

Rivas, founder of O'odham Voice Against the Wall, describes the militarization and abuses by the U.S. Border Patrol. Border Patrol agents abuse O'odham on this side of the border, and prevent O'odham in Mexico from traveling on their homeland for food and necessities on this side of the border.

There is daily violence and death directed at her own people, and the migrants. There is also the deportation of O'odham to Mexico.

"We are under 24 hour surveillance."

The restriction of movement effects the lives of O'odham and their children.

"This psychological game has always been played," Rivas said.

Investigative reporter Will Parrish describes how Elbit's drone was marketed to law enforcement who monitored Standing Rock Water Protectors in 2016.

The U.S. Border Patrol provided a drone to law enforcement for surveillance of Standing Rock Water Protectors, and recently loaned out its drones to police monitoring George Floyd actions, Parrish said during the panel.

Parrish exposed the covert surveillance of Dakota Access Pipeline and its hired security TigerSwan in his reporting for The Intercept. He also exposed the paid FBI informant Heath Harmon who set up Red Fawn for imprisonment.

During the border panel today, Parrish reveals how Elbit marketed its surveillance and weapons to the U.S. Border Patrol at expos in Marana, Arizona and San Antonio, Texas.

Parrish said Elbit's video surveillance of Tohono O'odham individuals on their homeland on the Arizona border is now viewed, tracked and stored by the local U.S. Border Patrol.

Photo: US Border Patrol surveillance of traditional Tohono O'odham home on the Tohono O'odham Nation. Photo copyright Ofelia Rivas.

Parrish visited Ofelia's home and saw the U.S. Border Patrol surveillance, including a mobile surveillance truck with a camera parked outside her home.

Parrish witnessed the extensive surveillance on the Tohono O'odham Nation: The multiple checkpoints and build-up of U.S. Border Patrol vehicles around traditional O'odham homes.

The border, he said, is a laboratory for systems to oppress and criminalize populations.

During the panel, Dov Baum, an Israeli Jew and activist in Palestine, described how the U.S. funds Israel and Elbit's militarization and death patrols in Palestine.

The atrocities by Elbit in Palestine include the use of cluster bombs, which kill children who play with the scattered bombs, and white phosphorus, which ignites in the air and burns inside the peoples' lungs.

Describing her time in Palestine and sleeping in a tent during the construction of the wall, Baum said Elbit killed Palestinians with impunity and continues to kill with impunity.

"This is part of the land grab," Baum said, describing how Palestinian farmers were pushed off their lands.

"It is a border of repression."

"It is a big prison," she said. "Borders of oppression, borders of theft."

Among the weapons are unmanned vehicle -- armed trucks without drivers -- targeting civilians with death in Palestine. They fire tear gas and shoot to kill with live ammunition.

"They are used as a threat, to scare them," she said of the killings of Palestinians without cause.

"Resistance on the ground is the key," she said, pointing out that living one's full life in this area of oppression, is resistance.

The panel today was hosted by Water Protector Legal Collective created at Standing Rock. Cofounder Michelle Cook, Dine' (Navajo) moderated today's powerful panel.

It was hosted by Natali Segovia and the National Lawyer's Guild, Indigenous Peoples Rights Committee.

Photo: Unmanned drones are among the weapons of surveillance and death that Elbit markets around the world. 

Read more:

Elbit drones killed 551 Palestinian children in 2014:
Canada urged to reject Elbit drone

The US Border Patrol in Grand Forks, North Dakota, provided law enforcement with the use of its drone for surveillance on George Floyd protests in Minneapolis. Earlier, the U.S. Border Patrol drone was used by law enforcement to spy on Standing Rock Water Protectors.

Elbit Sytems is among 23 border profiteers, and human rights abusers, exposed in new global report.
Read global report

The DIVEST BORDER PANEL SERIES: Indigenous peoples and allies discuss the impacts of Integrated Fixed Towers (IFTs) and their impact on Indigenous peoples rights in the United States and globally.

Research by O’odham VOICE Against the Wall

Hosted by the Indigenous Peoples Rights Committee and the NLG International Committee

Support from Water Protector Legal Collective, and the Indigenous Peoples Human Rights Defenders and Corporate Accountability Program

Moderated by:
Michelle Cook (Dineh) Founder, Divest Invest Protect; Director, Indigenous Peoples Human Rights Defenders and Corporate Accountability Program

Ophelia Rivas (Tohono O’odham) is founder of O’odham VOICE Against the WALL and has spent her life speaking out against the U.S. Border Patrol and militarization of O’odham lands.

Will Parrish is an investigative journalist based in Northern California. His web site is Will Parrish Reports

Dov Baum, Ph.D., is the director of Economic Activism for the AFSC – the American Friends Service Committee.

These days, they lead the Investigate project mapping companies complicit in mass incarceration and immigrant detention, border security and mass surveillance industries, Israeli apartheid and occupation industries.

Hosted by Natali Segovia, National Lawyers Guild (NLG) Indigenous Peoples Rights Committee, The Indigenous Peoples Rights Committee is organized to take up the struggles of indigenous peoples in the US and throughout the world.

The Tohono O'odham Nation and Palestine are laboratories for surveillance, oppression and death, a border panel said Friday.
The United States government funds these atrocities by contracting Elbit Systems, the Israeli military contractor, to construct surveillance towers on the Tohono O'odham  Nation.
The U.S. funds the military of Israel. Elbit drones killed 551 Palestinian children in 2014. Today, Elbit weaponized unmanned trucks kill with impunity.
The U.S. Border Patrol contracts Elbit. The Border Patrol targets specific groups, providing drones for the surveillance of Standing Rock Water Protectors in 2016, and recently of George Floyd actions in Minneapolis, the border panel said.
Photos: Elbit surveillance tower on Arizona border. US Border Patrol drone for surveillance. US Border Patrol mobile surveillance outside traditional O'odham home. Photo copyright Ofelia Rivas. Panel speakers Ofelia Rivas, O'odham Voice Against the Wall, and investgative reporter Will Parrish. Ofelia Rivas on her homeland. Photo copyright Jason Jaacks.

May 6, 2021

Zapatistas 'Over the Sea'

Deutsch Übersetzung (German)
More translations in progress


May 6, 2021

Thinking of his passengers, as it should be, Captain Ludwig recommended leaving on the 2nd in the afternoon. The waves planned for day 3 were going to make the new sailors suffer more than necessary. That is why the captain proposed to advance the departure to 1600 hours on the second day of the fifth month.

Subcomandante Insurgente Moisés listened carefully and agreed. So, now that it is customary to use the word “historical” for anything, it is the first time that Zapatismo has done something programmed before it was announced (we usually hang up and start late). Ergo: it is something historical in Zapatismo.

Dream Big: Alcatraz Occupation Tipi Envisioned as Monument to Resilience, Tenacity and Self-Determination


Watch video above, narrated by Peter Coyote

Dream Big: Alcatraz Occupation Tipi Envisioned as Monument to Resilience, Tenacity and Self-Determination


By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

The tipi that stood during the Occupation of Alcatraz is now envisioned as a monument of the resistance that resulted in upholding far-reaching rights for Native People.

Robert Free remembers setting up the tipi in the early part of the occupation in 1969, and now has a vision of it as a monument of the resilience, tenacity and self-determination.

May 4, 2021

Blue horses on a red mile, Ortiz and Tapahonso

Blue horses on a red mile, Ortiz and Tapahonso

Searching through my files, a stellar glimmer of the past appears, the beauty and clarity of the poetry of Simon Ortiz and Luci Tapahonso. Written in October of 2005, I share it because of the breathtaking beauty of their poetry and power of their words.

Brenda Norrell
Censored News

There are some things that are irreplaceable, like water; and some things that cannot be changed, such as time. But when it comes to transmuting the land and air, scents and sounds of their homelands into verse, Simon Ortiz, Acoma Pueblo, and Luci Tapahonso, Navajo, are master alchemists.

Their sense of place, rooted in their homelands of Acoma Pueblo and the Navajo Nation, are tasted, felt and breathed. Ortiz and Tapahonso have cheated time and place, in their ability to transport readers by verse.

May 3, 2021

'The Boarding' Zapatistas board The Mountain for Europe

Zapatistas boarded the ship, 'The Mountain,' for the reverse invasion of Europe, to talk and listen in countries throughout the continent, with plans to arrive first in Spain.

The Boarding

From the Cat-Dog Notebook

By SupGaleano (Marcos)

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Mohawk Nation News 'Divide and Conquer at Six Nation's with audio



 Mohawk Nation News

MNN. 1 MAY 2021. Canadian government spokesperson Mark Hill stated there are “competing factions” at osweken/Six Nations over the encroachment of 1492 Land Back Lane. As a band council chief he works for our enemies to carry out the genocide of those of us who are with the two row and the kaianerekowa/great peace. Our enemies, his bosses, the squatter immigrants, are trying to make a claim to turtle island, which we can never give up, sell or convey. In a power play Hill does not want to undermine Canada’s lack of influence on onkwehonweh people. Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chief’s Council has no authority over the people as they are operating according to foreign Christian ideology, the kariwiio [Handsome  Lake] which is contradictory to nature. The kaianerekowa and the two row are nature’s path.

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DIVIDE &. CONQUER AT SIX NATIONS Audio | Mohawk Nation News

May 2, 2021

The Intercept: Your car is spying on you -- New technology allows cell data to be stored and extracted

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

New technology allows all of your data from your cell phone to be extracted from a smart car's computer, from both personal cars and rental cars, The Intercept reveals.

That includes your contact list, messages, e-mails and locations. When you connect to the car's USB charger, it extracts your phone's data and stores it in the car's computer. It can be retrieved by law enforcement.

US Customs and Border Patrol used the technology.

In one rental car, the phone messages of more than 70 car renters could be read. The car renters had connected their phone to the USB charger.

It is warrantless spying.

Read the new article from The Intercept:

Mohawk Nation News 'Two Row will eliminate Trudeau' with audio



MNN. May 2, 2021. The following is in effect an eviction notice from a kentiiatehkwennio, a woman who is as one with the earth. Every woman has the duty to protect our mother,  onowarekeh. The land across from the Montreal Forum belongs to the indigenous people, as does all the land of turtle island from ocean to ocean and pole to pole. This meeting place in the center of tiani tiotiakon, of kanienkehaka. is for all our allies. The kanienkehaka have always been the protectors of the ‘eastern door’ of turtle island. Any of our family may come here to council with us and with each other. No one can remove us or our land and allies. 

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