1492 Land Back Lane Williams steps down despite allegations of “gang rape” and sexual assault unproven, says “its time”

Skylar Williams has stepped down from his role as spokesman. (TIN file photo)

By Lynda Powless and Victoria Gray Writers Six Nations’ latest land rights movement is fighting back after taking a hit with allegations of a “gang rape” and inappropriate behaviour occurring at the site of a former housing development being built on unceeded Six Nations land near Caledonia.. 1492 Land back Lane spokesman Skylar Williams has stepped down from his position, but says it has nothing to do with claims by an Ancaster man that a “gang rape” or allegations of a sexual assault occurred at the land site or charges of “predator” made in a video created by a Toronto area woman, Kristen Helliwell, who goes by the name “Charlie Cruise.” Instead Williams said he is stepping down “to spend more time with my family.” Williams said the “collective in charge…

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