The Canadian Press

1992-01-22 | Mohawks

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Two men whose names became household words during the Oka crisis of 1990 finally got their day in court. Ronald Cross, known as "Lasagna" and Gordon "Noriega" Lazore, both get jail terms. Cross was sentenced to four years and four months for threatening and assaulting both the military and the Mohawks, and for damaging native property. Lazore gets 23 months for violence against Mohawks. Afterwards Lazore refused direct comment on the charges, but showed no remorse for his actions at Oka.

Date: 1992-01-22
Placeline: St Jerome, QC, USA
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 8 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << we were right for what we did on that if we start to lead the people we would do it again if we have >>

Clip ID: 19920122CPCN002