BREAKING: Tamara Lich to remain in prison until July 5

TCS Wire

June 30, 2022

Tamara Lich will be held behind bars in Ottawa until July 5, when she will attend a full-day hearing to appeal her bail conditions.

As previously reported by The Counter Signal, Tamara Lich was re-arrested in her hometown of Medicine Hat, Alberta, earlier this week for supposedly breaching her bail conditions.

Her lawyer, Eric Granger, later confirmed that she had been arrested but was uncertain why.

In an email to The Canadian Press, Granger said, “We are not aware of anything that could have prompted this and are surprised by this development given the recent bail review hearing in Ontario where Ms. Lich’s positive record for complying with her conditions was one reason why some of her conditions were relaxed at that time.”

As per the bail conditions, “You are not to log on to social media or post any messages on social media. … You are not to allow anyone else to post messages on Social Media on your behalf or indicate your approval for any future protests so long as this release order is in place… You are not to engage in organization or promotion of anti-COVID 19 mandate activities and Freedom Convoy activities … You are not to verbally, or in writing, financially, or by any other means, support anything related to the Freedom Convoy. …”

“The violation of a bail condition can result in a fine, imprisonment, or both.”

All of this is for mischief charges incurred while fighting for Canadians’ rights and freedoms.

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