After being a political prisoner for weeks, Tamara Lich has finally been released on a $25,000 bail bond and several conditions–typical of other prominent activists against Covid measures, like Adam Skelly of Adamson Barbecue.
“She’s 49, no record, she’s a mother, has led a pro social life, she has a job, boss describes herself as productive employee, she has Métis heritage which would trigger Gladue factors at a sentencing hearing.” Based on facts of case, she may not even go to jail.
15 thoughts on “Tamara Lich, Freedom Convoy Leader, Finally Released on Bail”
Tamara Lich would have more civil liberties had she been a mugger, an arsonist, even accused of killing someone. Under those circumstances she’d be no threat to the CDN Gov/State, just to ordinary folks. But such a person is no concern to Trudeau, Friedland & and their ilk in every Pol Party in Canada. A person who protests peacefully but vocally AND draws attention from MANY OTHERS is a danger to the Tyrants in Canada, federally & provincially. Keep her muzzled, prohibit her from traveling, make her life miserable!!! THAT is the policy of CDN Gov/State AND most Provinces. …. Pathetic. How long will most CDN ppl accept this environment? Until THEY individually are in the CDN Gov/State’s crosshairs??? It’s too late then.
Tamara… Take me with you to Alberta, otherwise I’m trapped here. You may have been incarcerated for two weeks, which is a travesty, but I feel like a prisoner in my house after having several people tell me to stay home… not able to work, and being denied my volunteer activities.
I may be better off in jail, because this doesn’t feel any different.
Thank you Tamara! Write it all down this will be a fabulous book and maybe even a movie deal one day. I am sure you are more than happy to leave “Comtario”.
God bless and God speed you home!