SN Elected Council discuss rise in violence

Autumn Martin was beaten and attacked by dogs all because she asked to go home. Two men have been charged. (Supplied Photo)

By Victoria Gray Writer Six Nations Elected Council has promised to take action to end rising violent crimes in the community after recent events saw a local woman killed and another suffer an attack that included dogs. Elected Chief Mark Hill read an open letter to the council from a life-long community member referred to as Kennedy, at the General Council meeting on April 26. She has experienced a lot of loss and is afraid of what the future brings. “Gun violence and drug abuse have become rampant and it feels like nothing is being done. Our community is caught in a chokehold of fear and violence and it saddens me to see news of the constant deaths that seem to occur. It feels like every day I wake up…

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