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Indigenous elder who was trampled during freedom protest crackdown says Trudeau can't be trusted

The Post Millennial: 'The Indigenous woman and elder who was injured by a police horse in Ottawa has spoken out in a new interview and slammed Justin Trudeau for being an untrustworthy leader. Alexa Lavoie of Rebel News (also injured by Canadian authorities) had a chance to interview her on Saturday.

'Sero revealed that she believes several officers may have kicked her while she was down. In the interview, Sero slammed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for refusing to meet with freedom protesters: "How can we have trust in a Prime Minister that doesn’t come and speak to people?"'

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