Janie's update: During Kenneth (Sleeper) Greene's bail hearing it was made public the Tactical Response Unit (the group of snipers sent in when Dudley George was murdered) was sent in to Kanonhtstaton on a "practice run" on or about September 5, 2008. TRU was dressed in camo gear and driving ATVs. They then moved onto Kanonhstaton to arrest Kenneth Greene on September 19, 2008.
It's frightening to realize the lead officer in this incident, under oath, stated he thought the Ipperwash Inquiry/Findings were not applicable in Caledonia. He also stated he at no point consulted ANY Haudenosaunee to discuss the potential arrest. They only person he tried to contact was Lynda Powless.
There was also NO investigation into the allegations of Kenneth Greene having a weapon. (When he was arrested the officers did not search Mr. Greene's living quarters or the building where he was arrested. Mr. Greene's accuser was later involved in an incident at Kanonhstaton where he threatened two women physically and sexually. Mr. Greene's accuser was also witnessed pouring gas on his own home and attempted to set fire to it as well. This man was detained by police and sent in for a mental assessment.
It was the accuser's (and his wife's) allegations that was the determining factor in the unlawful and unjust arrest of Kenneth Greene. Mr. Greene did make bail today at the Cayuga Courthouse. He was arrested immediately by Six Nations' Police for allegedly threatening the Turtle Island News Editor/"Haudenosaunee Media Liaison" Lynda Powless. It was video footage from one of the Turtle Island reporters broadcast on Youtube and another Turtle Island News' reporter's pictures that was also a determining factor for the police to attempt to identify Mr. Greene.
Mr. Greene will be up for bail again in Brantford Court tomorrow regarding the alleged threat to Turtle Island News Editor/"Haudenosaunee Media Liaison" Lynda Powless.