Pro IQRA News Updates.
Tamara Lich and Chris Barber – two of the main organizers of the so-called “Freedom Convoy – are expected to go on trial in September 2023 on charges related to the massive protest that gripped downtown Ottawa earlier this year.
The convoy blocked roads with big rigs and other vehicles for three weeks as the city descended into what many officials described as a state of “lawlessness.”
Lich and Barber were both arrested the day before hundreds of police officers in tactical gear moved in to clear the protesters from the roads around Parliament Hill in February.
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The couple are co-accused of mischief, obstructing the police and counseling others to commit mischief and intimidation.
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The trial is expected to start at the beginning of September next year and last about 16 days.
Lich and Barber were released on bail with strict instructions not to communicate with each other or with other convoy organizers unless under the supervision of their lawyers.
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