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ANOTHER BLOW TO TBHU’S JANET DEMILLE DIET AND AGENDA

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ March 31, 2022 (LSNews) Scheduled for Provincial Offenses Court today, Thursday, March 31, 2022, was a Provincial Offenses case of 47-year-old Ava, aka TRACEY DUNN.

DUNN had received a ticket totaling $875 for her role as organizer of the Freedom Protest event at Waverley Park on Tuesday, April 27, 2021.

NEED TO ASK WHY THE LOCAL TAXPAYER MEDIA REFUSED TO REPORT THIS TO THE PUBLIC

DUNN was charged under section 7.0.11(1) of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA), with failing to comply with an order made during a declared emergency

Hundreds of people had attended the demonstration to defend their freedoms and their right to demonstrate.

DUNN had received a ticket with CHRIS SACCOCCIA, who also identifies himself as “Chris Sky”

Local taxpayer-subsidized media happily reported that these two people had received tickets. But as usual, they did not report on the legal proceedings.

DUNN retained local attorney Richard Garrett to defend against the unfair and illegal ticket.

City Prosecutor Nuala Wieckowski told Regional Senior Justice of the Peace Bernard Caron the charges would be dropped.

Defense attorney Richard Garrett requested clarification for the court record.

Wiecowski told court ‘pursuing this matter is no longer in the public interest’

Undoubtedly, the prosecutor had no appetite for what would have been a vigorous legal battle with Richard Garrett and most likely feared a precedent-setting loss.

Richard Garrett remains undefeated in challenging these illegal tickets. As you may recall, the charges against the hair salon owners were also dropped last year.

Curiously, a Black Lives Matter protest took place in Waverley Park on June 5, 2020 with the same order in effect. We were in stage 2 at the time of this protest and only 10 people were allowed out for outdoor events. Thunder Bay Police Chief Sylvie Hauth also defied public order and raised a gloved fist in solidarity with BLM. Neither she nor any other protester received a ticket for her attendance. Local taxpayer-subsidized media never wondered why.

An Inside Edition contributor reached out to defense attorney Richard Garrett this afternoon for his reaction to the charges being dropped today and received the following statement:

“We were prepared to vigorously defend Ms. Dunn’s right to freedom of peaceful assembly under Section 2 of the Charter and seek a finding that the orders issued under the EMCPA were unconstitutional. However, the City Prosecutor understood that pursuing the prosecution was no longer in the public interest, which left us equally satisfied with the outcome of the proceedings today.

Inside Edition notes that taxpayer-subsidized local news outlets like TBLAZYWATCH & CBC are refusing to report the outcome of today’s proceedings.

Today’s decision is yet another blow to Janet “Cruella” Demille’s agenda and regime.

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