Flood victims arrive

May 5, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Chronicle-Journal

Residents of Kashechewan First Nation arrive Sunday afternoon at Thunder Bay International Airport.

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#1 May 6, 2013

Thunder Bay, Canada

#2 May 6, 2013
Just don't try an make an eighth victim. Seven mysterious Anishnawbe child life has been snuffed out while inside the walls of Thunder Bay. If the Sheriff of Sherwood Forest is responsible, then I urge, not command Robin Hood of Warrior Society to hang a few rats upside down to dry. I am not a Commander, they live in the US or southern countries as 'NGOs' and you get your orders from them. I understand they set up the devices and fire them remotely from Venezuela or Colombia even Cuba. We know how dirty the Sheriff of Sherwood Forest is. Good luck and pssst! Here some shillings! Injustice has been passed as sound judgement.
Medawin Resistance Front


#3 May 6, 2013
Flood victims should stay here where they belong. Give back the swamplands to the invaders and take your rightful place on these lands!!!

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