Emergencies Act: Interim Ottawa police chief Steve Bell testifying



Interim Ottawa police chief Steve Bell says within the days main as much as the mass protest in Ottawa final winter, the pressure did not have intelligence suggesting the “Freedom Convoy” would use native residents as a “leverage level.”

Bell is testifying as we speak on the Public Order Emergency Commission, which is probing the federal Liberal authorities’s use of the Emergencies Act to clear protesters.

He was a deputy chief and in command of intelligence when the convoy started however was elevated to interim chief in mid-February after Peter Sloly resigned.

He is being questioned this morning by a fee lawyer a couple of menace evaluation police ready for the convoy’s anticipated arrival in Ottawa on Jan. 29.

The report reveals police knew protesters have been coming in massive numbers, had the financing to pay for meals and lodging and that the situations existed for feelings to run excessive.

But Bell says the assumption was that the majority of them would depart after three days and nothing within the intelligence warned that protesters would use Ottawa residents to make their level.

This report by The Canadian Press was first revealed Oct. 24, 2022.


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