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Canadian News Feb 22, 2022 12:12 AM EST

Indigenous elder who was trampled during freedom protest crackdown says Trudeau can't be trusted

"How can we have trust in a Prime Minister that doesn’t come and speak to people?"

Indigenous elder who was trampled during freedom protest crackdown says Trudeau can't be trusted
Nick Monroe Cleveland, Ohio

The Indigenous woman and elder who was injured by a police horse in Ottawa has spoken out in a new interview and slammed Justin Trudeau for being an untrustworthy leader.

Alexa Lavoie of Rebel News (also injured by Canadian authorities) had a chance to interview her on Saturday. Sero revealed that she believes several officers may have kicked her while she was down.

In the interview, Sero slammed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for refusing to meet with freedom protesters: "How can we have trust in a Prime Minister that doesn’t come and speak to people?"

Early claims that she had passed away went viral on the internet on Friday night.

"I’ve got a fractured collar bone. I’ve got bruising on my… I’ve got sore ribs. It doesn’t look like I’ll be driving anytime soon. I’m still alive, I’m still here. Thank you to everyone out there. I’m okay. Bumped and bruised! I’m sore, but I live to stand another day."

Shortly before the incident happened last week, she swore to cameras on scene that the trucker convoy was a peaceful protest.

The main thought on her mind while the horses were coming was "hold the line."

"After they trampled me, there was an officer that… I think a couple of them kicked me, I’ve got a big bruise on the back of my thigh, and another one dragged me by my coat off the premises."

Candice said after the incident she walked back towards safety. "When I was back in with the convoy, I felt safe," she told reporters. Lavoie made sure to ask if any officer on scene made an effort to help the indigenous elder.

"No. They were all showing anger and aggression."

"That’s b*llsh*t" is what Candice had to say in response to the Ottawa Police tweet claiming nobody was injured.

What the elder Mohawk woman went through was further corroborated by leaked RCMP messages to Rebel News praising the situation. They called it "awesome" and one remarked "we should practice that manoeuvre."

The RCMP has since responded, saying they’re investigating.

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