Tamara Lich, Leader of the Ottawa Trucker Convoy, Found Dead in Her Cell – Reports

Tamara Lich, Leader of the Ottawa Trucker Convoy, Found Dead in Her Cell – Reports

By Jason Pires | Vancouver Times

Tamara Lich, one of the organizers for the Ottawa Trucker Convoy, also known as the Freedom Convoy, was found dead in her cell in Ottawa from an apparent strangulation Wednesday, just after midnight. Sources close to the scene say that Lich was not suicidal, and that her death was “suspicious,” speaking on condition of anonymity, due to risk of being targeted by Trudeau’s authoritarian regime.

Tamara Lich was arrested last Thursday on charges of counselling to commit mischief. After an unsuccessful bail hearing on Saturday, she was officially denied bail on Tuesday. Lich was facing many years in jail for organizing and distributing funds for the Freedom Convoy, and was scared to go to prison. Lich is prohibited from accessing her bank accounts after they were frozen by Trudeau’s henchmen, seeking to silence political dissent.

 

Journalist Avi Yemini from Rebel News pointed out the obvious conflict-of-interest between the judge that denied Lich bail, and the Trudeau government. The judge was a former Liberal candidate, even endorsed by the Dear Leader Justin Trudeau. In response, Yemini tweeted, “Canada has fallen too far” in all caps.

 

Alex Jones slammed Justin Trudeau for declaring Canada a dictatorship, citing Trudeau’s links to Klaus Schwab and Bill Gates. Trudeau has been seizing people’s bank accounts at will, kidnapping people’s children, killing people’s pets, and pressuring them to take experimental medicine they don’t want or need.

Lich’s family is demanding a thorough investigation and believe foul play may have been involved.


Original Source: https://vancouvertimes.org/index.php/2022/02/23/tamara-lich-leader-of-the-ottawa-trucker-convoy-found-dead-in-her-cell-reports/

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