SPLITTING THE SKY vs BUSH et al
On Tuesday, March 17, Splitting the Sky, a Mohawk activist from Six Nations now residing in Chase, BC, evoked international law and the Canada War Crimes Act by asking the RCMP to arrest ex-US-president G.W. Bush for crimes against humanity as he spoke at the Telus Convention Centre in downtown Calgary.
When police refused his demand to uphold the law, Splitting the Sky attempted to carry out a citizen’s arrest of Bush, pushing his way through the police line with his hands over his head yelling, “I am not touching anyone.” He was arrested and beaten, sustaining a partial concussion and massive hernia. Splitting the Sky was charged with assault and released on $500 bail after being held in jail for 24 hours.
Splitting the Sky is charged with three counts of assault and obstruction of justice. He must return to Calgary court on March 25th at 9:30 a.m. He plans to launch a legal campaign to indict the RCMP, Mayor of Calgary and others for complicity in war crimes for allowing Bush to enter without arresting him.
On Tuesday, March 24, Splitting the Sky will speak in Calgary about his arrest and pending trial, focusing on his campaign to draw international attention to the need for indicting and arresting G.W. Bush for crimes against humanity.
$5 at the door
($2 - $5 sliding scale)
Come out Tuesday and Show Your Support for Splitting The Sky!
Arrest Bush For Crimes Against Humanity!
Lawyers Against the war: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Calgary Defence: Tavis Ford 403-606-7034 .
*All funds to go to Splitting the Sky’s legal defense and associated costs.