Anti-vaccine activist Franకోois Amalega waits in front of CHU Saint-Justin’s in Montreal for a demonstration against the vaccination of children aged five to 11 for “thousands”.
Once again, his initiative failed miserably, with only 20 of his followers responding “right now”.
In total, police handed out 17 tickets worth $ 1,500 to on-the-spot demonstrators. However, no arrests were made.
By appearing in front of the CHU Saint-Justin, you should know that the protesters violated a government decree banning demonstrations within 50 meters of schools and hospitals.
Very soon, the police informed the people there that if they did not leave the premises immediately, they would be issued a crime ticket.
Some of them agreed, while others preferred to remain disobedient, including Franకోois Amalega.
“I’m waiting for my ticket,” Amalega told her loyal colleagues.
For some who oppose health measures, receiving a declaration of guilt seemed like fun.
One of them, who recently boasted of hoarding as many tickets as possible on social networks, even joined a group that was sidelined by police with the sole intention of getting his $ 1,500 fine.
⁇[Les tickets], This is only paper for us! ”Who would listen.
While the police were busy identifying all the culprits and distributing the tickets, a laboratory technician came out of the hospital to tell her about the group led by Franకోois Amalega.
“What you are doing is unacceptable. Here are the kids who just had the operation and are looking at you. It totally disrespects you, you have no place here, ”the health worker dumbfounded the protesters with thunder.
Since the outbreak began, activist Franకోois Amalega has been arrested several times and has received more than $ 60,000 in tickets.