CANADA: Maybe you have heard about a woman called Candy; the trampled lady in Ottawa as the police rode through on horseback because of Trudeau’s orders. Candy, a grandmother, stood peacefully in the crowd, with a walker to get around.
However, nothing mattered when Canadian police rode through on their horses, knocked her to the ground, and trampled her.
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Many said that she had been trampled to death. But, these rumors were false. She was taken to the hospital in critical condition, and now she’s stable.
From her hospital bed, she tweeted:
Hey its the TRAMPLED LADY here.😂Just wanted to say thanks for the support. I COULDNT HAVE IMAGINED THIS. Thanks for the follows and retweets. I wont stop fighting Hold the line ❤️❤️❤️❤️🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦😘#BlackfaceHitler
— Candy (trampled lady)❤️🇨🇦 (@CandySero_) February 21, 2022
The Ottawa police share da statement that there were no injuries.
Because of this, Candy shared an image from her hospital bed. She has been injured.
She called out the police department, stating:
Care to correct the "no injuries" statement @Ottawapolice?? I was nearly killed by you #BlackFaceHitler. pic.twitter.com/r8X08zruMp
— Candy (trampled lady)❤️🇨🇦 (@CandySero_) February 22, 2022
Fox News reported:
A civilian oversight agency in Ontario announced Sunday that it is investigating reports of a 49-year-old woman being seriously injured when a mounted Toronto police officer allegedly trampled her during the government crackdown on protesters in Ottawa.
“On Friday, February 18 at approximately 5:14 p.m. there was an interaction between a Toronto Police Service officer on a horse and a 49-year-old woman on Rideau Street and Mackenzie Avenue,” read the press release from the Special Investigations Unit (SIU).
SIU is an independent government agency that investigates the conduct of police officers that may have resulted in death, serious injury, sexual assault and/or the discharge of a firearm at a person.
The agency also announced that it is looking into reports that Vancouver Police Department officers, who were brought in to help clear the lingering “Freedom Convoy” protests, discharged non-lethal firearms at individuals. No serious injuries were reported from the projectiles, but SIU requested that anyone who had been struck by one to contact them.
Six investigators and two forensic investigators have been assigned to the cases, the SIU further explained, and urged anyone with video or other information about the incidents to reach out online or by calling 1-800-787-8529.
Watch the video below:
Police in Ottawa trampled protesters and then proceeded to defame the lady trampled by saying she threw her “bike” (disability scooter) at the horses. pic.twitter.com/yVj5P6tqrc
— Marie Oakes (@TheMarieOakes) February 19, 2022
Canada : Police in Ottawa trampled protesters with horses pic.twitter.com/n9sOvLhI0F
— Live Adalat (@LiveAdalat) February 19, 2022
Candy granted an interview to Rebel News. She said: I’m still alive, I’m still here. Thank you to everyone out there. I’m okay.
There would have been an international outrage if she was a black woman or man. The left-wing ignores the police brutality because of the truckers’ protests.
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