Stoney Point Natives assemble at Ipperwash Provincial Park for what began as a peaceful protest.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sam George
Dudley George
Premier & Cabinet Aide #1
Clifford George
Police Field Commander
Judas George
Pamela Matthews ...
Carolyn George
Frank Schorpion ...
Dale Linton
Kenneth Deane
Stewart Bick ...
Murray Klippenstein
Andreas Apergis ...
Rick Sutters, Junior Officer
James Bradford ...


September 4, 1995, Stoney Point Natives assemble at Ipperwash Provincial Park, near Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, for what began as a peaceful protest. What was to be a reclamation of an indian burial ground, turned into a killing of One Dead Indian, at the hands of an Ontario Provincial Police officer. The story continues through the investigation into one of Canada's bloodiest days. Written by Mark Cameron

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The story of Dudley George and Ipperwash.


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Judas George: They said that they found no bullet marks in any of the police vehicles or equipment, at all. We were 50 feet from them. You think if we had guns we'd missed them?
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reasonably accurate and well acted
5 January 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It was hard to watch this, remembering the events, the places and the people so well. I wish that more had been shown about the events leading up to that terrible night, but the complicity of government officials was at least pointed out. I found the whole thing too low key, but noted that several actors indeed got the strength and humour of the people. Dakota House did a pretty decent job of Dudley, while Gary Farmer was very good as Judas, and Jennifer Podemski was brilliant at recreating Gina's reactions to the shooting of her son on the bus. For anyone who thinks the bus was sensationalized, I saw it a few days after the events, and I was amazed those two kids didn't die. Like I said, it was too low key - this was a night of horror that continues to haunt many people, but we only really felt it in brief seconds when Dudley was arriving at the hospital and Gina and Judas were trying to get help for their son. At least you saw that these were real people, good people, who had a real injustice to fight and that the way things played out was a blot on the name of Ontario institutions and all Canadians.

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