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  1. In the Fairy Creek situation, the RCMP are acting under provincial authority, specifically from BC's Solicitor General, though the government is ducking questions around this. It seems to have followed the model carried out in the Wet'suwet'en protest. Here's a link to a letter from Solicitor General Farnworth to the RCMP authorizing the special unit during the Wet'suwet'en blockades: https://bccla.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Letter-Farnworth-to-Strachan.pdf

  2. Dear Not a Hippy: Such "far-fetched ideas" can be found in the BC government's own Old Growth Strategic Review; as well as in highly respected scientists' reports. Both are discussed here.

    As for the funding, much of it will likely go to legal defence. As Yellow Cedar notes in his recent report: "The Rainforest Flying Squad Legal Support Team is painstakingly documenting dozens of police violations… These will be presented to Justice Verhoeven to ask for his help in restraining police while they enforce his injunction, and used to support legal challenges and official complaint procedures. (You can donate through GoFundMe.)"

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