Mark Vandermaas Part 1 Caledonia No More Nightmares





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Published on Mar 29, 2011

March 22 2011, Part 2 of Mark Vandermaas's presentation at the Caledonia No More Nightmares event in Ottawa.

In this clip, Mark shares the story of 14 year old Pam 'Dancer' Dudych who was abandoned by the OPP when they fled from the Douglas Creek Estates and allowed rampaging Natives to take control.

Her story of life on the lawless Sixth Line Road is heart wrenching. One good example is that one day the Natives decided to hang a skinned and beheaded deer on a hydro pole where all of the children on the school bus would be sure to see it.

Meanwhile, the OPP told Pam that if a Native broke into her home and attacked her, she would be the one facing charges if she tried to defend herself.

Exclusive footage courtesy of Jeff Parkinson & the Canadian Advocates for Charter Equality



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