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Photo by Arthur Mola/Invision/AP According to CBC Windsor News at 6’s Katerina Georgieva, the court has granted an Injunction against the Freedom Convoy protest/blockade at the Ambassador Bridge in Windsor, Ontario. It was granted around 5:00 p.m. to take effect at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, which the court said would give the protesters a couple of hours to have the time to leave the area.
The Windsor Police just warned the protesters , “We are providing notice that anyone blocking streets or assisting others in the blocking of streets may be committing a criminal offence and must immediately cease further unlawful activity or you may face charges. You could be arrested if you are a party to the offence or assisting others in the direct or indirect commission of this offence.” On top of that, the police said “charges/convictions could lead to denial in crossing the US border.” They also threatened to seize the vehicles.
The injunction is supposed to last 10 days, according to Georgieva.
There’s also word that Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer offered Windsor heavy equipment to help move the trucks. “The State of Michigan and the governors’ office directly have offered to send over heavy equipment to help remove […]
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