Camp Protest Leader
|"When we were
at the Sundance grounds we danced for the women and children for the
pain and the suffering that must end for them. This is what we were
Former U.S. Atty. General
|"We should recognize
Gustafsen Lake for what it really is. There are 200 million indigenous
people struggling for survival. The simple truth is that we have to
learn to love our native people."
within human society is above the law. Essentially what the judges
are saying is that they are above the law."
Lethbridge Univ. Alberta
media disinformation and smear campaign that Above The Law Part 2
now clearly proves was operative in 1995, beyond any shadow of a doubt."
the level of constable made the decision that the ERT was going in
and nothing was going to change their mind. They were going to go
in and put on a show of force to set an example."
Member of Neville Brothers Group
"On the government's part there were things that they said
happened one way and when you look at certain films you see that they
didn't happen the way the government said that they did."
the Law - Part II
videotape by Mervyn Brown
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was presented as evidence in the November 2000 extradition trial
of James Pitawanakwat - one of the Gustafsen Lake defendants - which
was held in Portland, Oregon. The tape was subsequently evaluated
as evidence, by U.S. Magistrate Judge, Janice Stewart. On November
15, 2000, Judge Stewart ruled that this video provided uncontradicted
"the Canadian government engaged in a smear and disinformation campaign
to prevent the media from learning and publicizing the true extent
and political nature of these events."
U.S. Magistrate Judge Janice Stewart
"Above The Law Part 2 explodes myths with all the intensity of the
Canadian army's land mine which blew up the Native's red truck during
the height of the standoff. The revelations in this film are supplemented
by the release of a flood of previously restricted documents clarifying
the structure of the Chain of Command at Gustafsen Lake."
Dr Anthony Hall, University Of Lethbridge
A provocative video which examines how police handled the 1995 Gustafsen
Lake Standoff - heralded as the largest and costliest police operation
in Canadian history. It includes incriminating footage from police
"training tapes" : - documented evidence that was
previously banned from publication.
"We have viewed the videotape and there is disturbing evidence of
the use of land mines by the federal and provincial government against
our peoples contrary to the Canadian international campaign to eliminate
the use of land mines."
Chief Arthur Manuel
"The overwhelming application of military force at Gustafsen
Lake has remained largely unknown until now. Because credible persons
like former U.S. Attorney General, Ramsey Clark and defense lawyer
George Wool provide analysis which complements the footage of RCMP
'dirty tricks', the film is likely to gain international attention."
Ben Mahoney, CD Magazine