Patrick Cloutier


Patrick Cloutier

Patrick Cloutier (b. 1970) is a formerCanadian Press (1993). "Soldier in Oka photo discharged Guilty of leaving accident scene" Globe and Mail (Canada), December 10, 1993.] member of the Royal 22e Régiment of the Canadian Forces who gained a degree of celebrity through his appearance in a well known photograph taken during the 1990 Oka Crisis, a land dispute between the Mohawk nation and the town of Oka, Quebec. In the iconicNational Post (Canada) (2008). "Capturing pride" National Post(Canada), Tuesday, June 03, 2008.] image, Private Cloutier is shown in a face to face confrontation with a masked Mohawk Warrior, Brad Larocque, a University of Saskatchewan economics student.

Later that year Private Cloutier was granted an "accelerated promotion" to the rank of Master Corporal.Toronto Star (1990). "Celebrity soldier in line for promotion" Toronto Star, September 16, 1990, pg. A21.] In May of 1992, after admitting to occasional cocaine use,Canadian Press (1990) "Oka soldier in the stockade" The Globe and Mail (Canada), Friday May 1, 1992.] Cloutier was demoted to the rank of Private and received a sentence of 45 days in a military prison.Canadian Press (1990). "Oka soldier in the stockade" The Globe and Mail (Canada), Friday May 1, 1992.] Subsequently on December 9, 1993, Cloutier was discharged from the Canadian Forces, after being found guilty of leaving the scene of an accident and causing bodily harm while driving under the influence of alcohol. Cloutier was convicted of ramming a double parked car, injuring its two occupants and a 16-year-old passenger in Cloutier's own vehicle.Canadian Press (1993). "Soldier in Oka photo discharged Guilty of leaving accident scene" The Globe and Mail (Canada),Friday December 10, 1993 .]

In 1995, Cloutier appeared in a pornographic film entitled Quebec Sexy Girls II, which spoofed his famous confrontation.The Globe and Mail (Canada). "Crisis inspired many native people" The Globe and Mail (Canada), Tuesday July 11, 2000, pg A6.] As of the year 2000 it was believed that Cloutier had left Canada.The Globe and Mail (Canada). "Crisis inspired many native people" The Globe and Mail (Canada), Tuesday July 11, 2000, pg A6.]

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