Letter - OPP's failed policies mounting all over Ontario

The Regional

Aug. 11, 2010

So nice to see Julian Fantino's well orchestrated swan song on the Six Nations reserve.

Guess he was looking for somebody, anybody to tell him he did a great job but alas, it just wasn't to be.

Allan McNaughton said, "Julian could have done a better job". I concur!

When Julian was asked if things were back to normal in Caledonia he neglected to answer the question. Instead he went into a long winded diatribe, as to my comments on CHTV. The Commissioner (retired) said he wasn't going to dignify comments such as those. Pathetic - almost as pathetic as his pleadings with Shaun Brant when the natives had the railroad and 401 blockaded.

Just wondering did Julian meet with Haldimand county to wish them well, and say goodbye

In closing I think law enforcement instead of peacekeeping should be the order of the day because the failures are mounting. Ipperwash, Cayuga, Charbot Lake, Dunnville, Brantford and now Pikangikum.

Is it true Julian that the Pikangikum natives chased the whole OPP detachment out? Now that's pathetic! Everybody feel safe now? Let's just pretend nothing happened in Caledonia and say things like we're pretty well back to normal. Pathetic.

M. Kinrade

RCN Ret'd