Tamara Lich Denied Bail On False Ground, And Will Remain In Prison

Written By Wyatt Claypool, Posted on July 8, 2022

Freedom Convoy 2022 organizer Tamara Lich was denied bail this afternoon, a week after being arrested and transported from Medicine Hat to Ottawa for supposedly violating her bail conditions. 

According to those with access to the courtroom, Lich was denied based on her attendance at awards show, hosted by the JCCF, where she won the George Jonas Freedom Award, where she was pictured with Tom Morazzo which she was not supposed to meet with based on her bail conditions. 

The judge today said that “Tamara Lich has shown she will not follow court order and do as she wishes,” despite her attendance at that event being approved by the court, and her attorney being present for the very brief interaction with Tom Morazzo, which should have made it a non-issue. 

Effectively the judge is having Tamara Lich held in prison based on a single photograph with Morazzo and a three-second interaction with him when she was leaving the stage after accepting her award. The judge even specifically referred to the interaction as only being three seconds.

Lich will have another court appearance on July 14, but many of her supporters rightfully see her continued imprisonment as an arbitrary punishment for someone that stood up to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s public health bullying.

(Ari Goldkind is a practicing lawyer in Canada)

Many speculate whether Trudeau is partly behind the malicious prosecution of Lich on flimsy churches like “counseling to commit mischief” since the Crown Prosecutor going after Lich, Moiz Karimjee, is a big Liberal donor, and a previous judge overseeing one of Lich’s bail hearings was a former Liberal Party candidate and donor. 

It is not like Trudeau has not been ok with corrupting the judicial system in his favour before. 

No doubt more information on Lich’s second imprisonment will be coming out over the next few days, but it is undeniable that what is being done to Lich is legal harassment.

The Canadian legal system seems to be purely focused on making an example out of Tamara Lich to try and dissuade future large-scale protests against Justin Trudeau and his corrupt Liberal government.

(Below is a live reaction video from Viva Frie to the bail decision)

Wyatt Claypool

Wyatt is a student at Mount Royal University, where he is the president of its Campus Conservative club. In his writing, he focuses on covering provincial and federal politics, firearms regulation, and the energy sector. Wyatt has also previously written for The Post Millennial.

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