To Serve and Protect

Meet Alex Hundert. He’s not allowed to do a lot of things in Canada such as speaking to the media, participating in any public demonstrations or public events or even visiting his girlfriend unless it’s supervised.

The police don’t like that he’s trying to exercise his right to freedom of speech, so they decided to exercise the power given to them by flexing their authority.

“They’re trying to scare us. It’s standard harassment and intimidation. And again, that’s something that the police do all the time. The police are always intimidating and harassing people and their communities when people are, you know, saying things that the police don’t want them to say.”

Very well said, Alex. Imagine if the police did what they were supposed to do: serve and protect the citizens of the community rather than harassing them. Now that would be crazy!

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