‘Time for the protesters to hear our jackets’: Leaked Canadian police message shows mockery of injured protesters

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Leaked messages from the Ottawa Police and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police reveal the depth of callousness and cruelty that has infected the Canadian police force.

Independent journalist Keean Bexte have been messages. Leaked messages from a private police chat (phone numbers censored here to prevent ‘doxxing’ claims) are annoying.

“On the CBC news in francophone, they said that a man was arrested for injuring a Police Animal, slamming a bicycle in the road and tripping him. Fred wrote.

The official was referring to an incident with a disabled elderly woman who was initially presumed dead after harrowing video captured her being trampled by a police horse at night. Friday.

Ottawa police claimed that the woman threw her “bicycle” at law enforcement.

However, the video shows it to be a disabled scooter and has nothing to do with the incident.

Here’s a closer look at the mobility scooter.

Ottawa police also perjured that no one was seriously injured.

“Just watched that horse video – amazing!!!” Marc replied.

“We should practice that maneuver,” she added.

“I have a second respirator,” commented Marc Corsi. “Never used if someone doesn’t have one and will ask for one tomorrow.”

“I will take it!” Mike Mcdougall replied.

“Time for the protesters to hear our jackpot game on the ground,” commented Andrew Nixon ominously.

“Wowowowo Nixon, this is a nicer RCMP,” commented Robin Thibault cheerfully.

“Okay, we can give away unicorn hugs and stickers for free,” Nixon added sarcastically.

The crew then celebrated the difficult day in cracking down on peaceful protesters by drinking some beer.

“Congratulations crew! Here are some sweet OTs (overtime) this weekend for our calling members,” Nixon said. “Don’t get rid of them all until next week’s group (sic) is our turn.”

Nixon continued to encourage his RCMP colleague to get in on the ‘action’.

“I signed up,” he said. “Anyone who hasn’t signed up will jump into this. You are the first cop and the second member to ride. Don’t be cowardly when we need to. Even one shift can reduce a member’s energy and activity overnight. “

The officers showed how ‘confused’ they were in carrying out the brutal crackdown.

They had some chow food at Chateau Laurier. The police were clearly rewarded for being Trudeau’s personal assault team.

More photos of the Chateau Laurier chow buffet for officers.

There is no remorse or guilt as they have persecuted the rights and freedoms of Canadians. None of them appear to be loyal to the Police Officer’s Oath or the Canadian Charter.

The Canadian Civil Liberties Union has condemned the dictatorial crackdown on protesters.

“The federal government has failed to meet the threshold required to invoke the Emergencies Act,” CCLA said on Twitter. “This legislation sets a high and clear standard for good reason: The Act allows the government to bypass normal democratic processes. This standard has not been met”.

“The Emergencies Act can only be invoked when a situation ‘seriously threatens the ability of the Government of Canada to preserve Canada’s sovereignty, security, and territorial integrity’ and when the situation ‘cannot be effectively handled under any other Canadian law,'” the CCLA continued.

“Governments routinely deal with difficult situations and do so by using the powers vested in them by democratically elected representatives,” the CCLA added. “Emergency legislation should not be normalized. It threatens our democracy and civil liberties.”

More than 100 people were arrested on Friday and Saturday during the police crackdown on the Freedom Convoy protest. Unidentified officers in riot gear violently attacked peaceful protesters, using tear gas, and one officer even trampled a disabled woman while on her back. horse. Luckily, she survived with a dislocated shoulder and is currently recovering in the hospital.

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Dustin Huang

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