- According to CTV News, one of the Freedom Convoy’s organizers was reportedly arrested in Alberta for allegedly breaking the terms of his release.
- When Lich returns to Ottawa, she will likely face charges under the Criminal Code of Canada for violating her recognizance.
- Convoy spokesman Tom Marazzo was photographed next to Lich at a Justice Center for Constitutional Freedoms event on June 16 in Toronto.
According to CTV News, one of the Freedom Convoy’s organizers was detained in Alberta for allegedly violating his release terms.
In Medicine Hat, Alberta, local police arrested Tamara Lich on Monday. Before being sent to Ottawa, she might spend up to six days detained in Alberta.
Lich is anticipated to be charged with breach of recognizance under the Criminal Code of Canada when she returns to Ottawa. Lich might remain in custody in Ottawa until a new bail hearing on the new charge is arranged.
Lich had a significant role in organizing the caravan that took over Ottawa’s downtown for several weeks. Following the government’s use of the Emergencies Act to put an end to the occupation on February 17, Lich was taken into custody. Lich and Chris Barber, another protest organizer, are both charged with mischief, hindering law enforcement, encouraging others to do mischief, and intimidation.
She was given a broad set of bail restrictions when she was released on parole in March, including prohibitions against using social media, opposition to anything associated with the Freedom Convoy, and avoidance of contact with numerous people connected to the Freedom Convoy.
At a Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms event on June 16 in Toronto, convoy spokesperson Tom Marazzo was pictured next to Lich.
Lich attended the dinner to get the JCCF’s Freedom Award.
This is because when Lich initially consented to participate in the June event in mid-May, Crown prosecutors raised a red flag regarding the award ceremony as a possible violation of bail conditions.
Source: CTV News
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