Waterloo Regional Police inform an arrest has been made in connection to Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau’s marketing campaign stop in Cambridge on Aug. 29.
Police inform a 32-year-extinct Kitchener man is facing two counts of uttering threats. They did no longer liberate his determine.
They’ve talked about there modified into once a crowd of 100-150 individuals that had been protesting as Trudeau modified into once making the first astronomical native weather announcement of his marketing campaign on Lindsay Road.
No arrests had been made on the time even supposing one person modified into once removed during Trudeau’s tournament for trespassing. They weren’t charged.
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A woman modified into once viewed being dragged from the tournament by police after she refused to movement encourage.
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The Canadian Press reported that one crowd member hurled a racist slur at a Sad officer in Trudeau’s safety detail, in addition to a misogynist insult at a feminine officer. Others had been heard shouting death threats.
Police reported that the crowd time and again chanted expletive-filled slogans geared toward the Liberal chief and carried signs, no no longer up to one in all which included a photo of Trudeau about to be finished by hanging.
Police inform an investigation modified into once launched after watching video of Trudeau’s visit in addition to speaking with witnesses and receiving information from the RCMP, who had been on-hand on the tournament.
Trudeau has had several tough marketing campaign stop in southern Ontario including a visit to London, where gravel modified into once thrown at him.
Police in London inform they’re additionally investigating that incident as neatly.
*With information from the Canadian Press
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Kitchener man facing charges in connection with Justin Trudeau visit to Cambridge