Freedom Corp lawyer Brendan Miller accused the head of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) of knowing — and hiding — the identity of the individual who waved a racist flag at the Freedom Convoy protest in Ottawa earlier this year.
During the peaceful protests, two individuals were photographed carrying a Nazi and Confederate flag. Their identities have remained a secret.
Speaking at the Public Order Emergency Commission on Monday, Miller grilled Canada’s top spy on his knowledge surrounding the widely publicized event. Miller also named and accused an individual of carrying the racist flag.
Without corroborating information to support the accusation, The Counter Signal is unable to publish the name of the individual Miller accused.
“The gentleman who was carrying the Nazi flag — have you identified him?” Miller asked.
Vigneault said all his evidence was provided to counsel.
Miller then named an individual and asked Vigneault to confirm the name.
“I have not said anything to that respect. I have not testified to that,” Vigneault replied.
“Yeah, you haven’t testified to it, but you know that to be true, don’t you?” Miller persisted.
Vigneault didn’t answer, but smiled.
Judge Rouleau interjected, saying, “No, that’s not fair.”
Miller’s examination ended at that point.
The individual and organization referenced by Miller have denied any involvement with the flags.
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