TORONTO — Documents released today show Ontario Provincial Police were minutes away from moving in on First Nations blockades on Highway 401 during last year’s aboriginal day of action. The documents include wiretaps of conversations between OPP Commissioner Julian Fantino and Mohawk protester Shawn Brant. The transcripts indicate Fantino told Brant he would do “everything I can within your community and everywhere else to destroy your reputation.” Fantino also told Brant “your world’s going to come crashing down” during the negotiations to end the tense standoff with police on June 29, 2007. The heated exchanges between the two men seem to contradict the force’s own guidelines when dealing with aboriginal groups. That code of conduct comes from recommendations stemming from the inquiry into the 1995 shooting death of native protester Dudley George by police at Ipperwash Provincial Park.