So palistine where the actual semites is is for the zionists who are not semites...i though palistien never existed.
lol, Not much point in hanging in clown land with you gretas.
You genocidal racist retards deserve your own forum.
Seven counties in seven years...
see ya round sleeperz...ya coward.
Two years to the day that Gerald Stanley was acquitted of the murder of Colten Boushie, the family of the dead Indigenous man are again calling for reforms to the Canadian justice system.
“The colonial courts were created without Indigenous input and continue to oppress Indigenous people,” said Jade Tootoosis, Boushie’s cousin.
“We want to be heard but most of all, we should be included.”
Tootoosis, Boushie’s mother Debbie Baptiste and the family lawyer Eleanore Sunchild hosted a screening of "nipawistamasowin: We Will Stand Up," a documentary that portrays the events of the night of Aug. 9, 2016, when Boushie, a Cree man from Red Pheasant First Nation, and four other people entered onto Stanley’s property.
Stanley shot Boushie in the head and killed him. The film then follows the second-degree murder trial of the Saskatchewan farmer, a white man, and his acquittal by a jury that did not include any Indigenous people.
The film won awards from prominent film festivals in North America and has already been shown across the country.
Baptiste has seen it several times and spoken publicly about Boushie’s death in the past. She says it never gets easier.
“For me, it’s not a healing process,” she told Global News ahead of the screening in North Battleford.
“It’s opening my wounds over and over again. But then I go through it because I have to. We have to get the word out there.”
Baptiste said she’s been angry and in pain since Boushie died, and that those emotions were especially powerful on the anniversary of the acquittal.
Boushie’s death and Stanley’s trial garnered national headlines and prompted debate about reforms to the Canadian legal system.
The effect that peremptory challenges -- the ability for lawyers to dismiss potential jurors without providing a reason -- can have on the ethnic makeup of a jury prominently featured in articles and debates.
The federal government introduced legislation to ban the challenges but an Ontario judge has since struck down the ban and similar decisions in other provinces are expected.
Sunchild said the injustice wasn’t limited to jury selection and included how the family was told about Boushie’s death, among other things.
She said a jury with several Indigenous members may have produced a different verdict or would have appeared to have no bias. But she also said focusing on just a single aspect of the case misses the bigger picture.
“You start with looking at Colten as a human being. You start by recognizing the fact that Indigenous people need justice too,” she told Global News.
She said the film provided an insight into how the family was treated.
All three people said a royal commission or a United Nations investigation into how the justice system treats Indigenous people is needed. All said the matter is an issue of reconciliation.
Baptiste said she’ll keep working towards making reforms to the justice system and that she won’t be discouraged by the lack of progress she’s experienced so far.
“We’re all human beings and something will change. That’s the hope we got,” she said.
Aided and abetted by the kid's grandmother who was present but hardly accountable when the group began drinking whiskey at her house........then the same unaccountable grandmother let them go for a drunken joy ride.
Andre Bear wants justice for Colten Boushie.
Bear, a law student at the University of Saskatchewan and a board member of the Indigenous Bar Association, is calling on the provincial government to hold a public inquiry into the death of Boushie and the acquittal of Gerald Stanley.
“What we need to do,” he told Global News, “is identify the issues and the errors of law, especially when it’s not working for Indigenous Peoples in this province
He said an inquiry into the death of Boushie “needs to happen and is the most serious since the starlight tours and the death of Neil Stonechild.”...…...More
Here is an example of how the media promotes articles 1 law student opinion leads to a growing concern. Really?
Calls grow for public inquiry into death of Colten Boushie, acquittal of Gerald Stanley
I wonder if he would like to lead the inquiry for his thesis?
It's all the White Man's fault. Don't you understand that we committed cultural genocide against them.