September 30, 2023

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“Freedom Convoy” in Ottawa | Organizer Tamara Lich arrested again

"Freedom Convoy" in Ottawa |  Organizer Tamara Lich arrested again

(Medicine Hat) Tamara Lich, a lawyer for the Freedom Convoy organizer, said the Alberta woman had been arrested.

Posted at 6:46 p.m.

Eric Granger confirmed in an email Monday evening that they were waiting for more details, but the arrest was subject to M’s bail conditions.Me lich.

He could not confirm the location of the arrest, but another attorney representing MMe Litch and Keith Wilson were arrested Monday at the Medicine Hot in Alta, where Tamara Lich lives, she said on Twitter.

A judge initially denied Mrs. Bail.Me Lich was released after she was arrested during a protest that occupied downtown Ottawa for more than three weeks in February, but was released in March after reviewing a court decision.

Tamara Lich and fellow protest organizer Chris Barber have been charged with joint rioting, obstruction of police and counseling for rioting and intimidation of others.

MMe In addition to banning all social media and ordering “not to support anything related to the Freedom Convoy”, Lich released a long list of terms.

“We do not know what caused this and we are surprised by this development during the recent bail review hearing in Ontario, where Ms.Me That’s one of the reasons Leach’s relaxed some of his rules at the time, “Granger wrote in an email to The Canadian Press.

Beauty hat, Alberta police Ms.Me Lichney was arrested.

In May, Ontario Judge Tamara Lich ruled that she could be free on bail until her trial, after the Crown prosecutor argued that she had violated one of her bail, by agreeing to accept the award for her leadership during the Ottawa protests, and remand her behind bars as her court appearance was pending.

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Ontario Superior Court Judge Kevin Phillips said Mr.Me Lich complied with his bail conditions, saying that her security would take good care of her and that she already had a “prison taste”, reducing her risk of re-offending.

Judge Phillips changed the circumstances of his release to allow him to visit Ottawa, but not downtown. However, he defended M’s ban on entry.Me Lich told social media that the ban on such access was justified.