The Canadian Press

1990-05-02 | Native-Violence

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Police forces from both sides of the border moved onto the Akwasasne reserve that straddles the St. Lawrence River in early May. There had been violence between pro-and-anti gambling Mohawks for weeks, but on the night of April 30 two men were shot to death. Solicitor General Pierre Cadieux said police occupying the reserve would seize any illegal weapons like machine guns or hand grenades that they found.

Date: 1990-05-02
Placeline: Ottawa, ON, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 14 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << the police are on our end are there in the peace keeping law and order and are administering the laws and if they have information to the effect that there are some illegal arms at certain areas I'm sure they will act accordingly >>

Clip ID: 19900502CPCN001