The founding father of the net group “Diagolon” stays in custody after being denied release following a bail hearing in Saskatchewan.
Jeremy MacKenzie was arrested on September 29 in Cole Harbour, N.S., on a Canada-wide warrant associated to costs laid by the Mounties in Saskatchewan in July.
MacKenzie was charged with assault, pointing a firearm, mischief and utilizing a restricted weapon in a careless method after police obtained a report about an alleged assault close to Viscount, Sask., in November 2021.
There is a publication ban on the main points from the hearing, which was held Friday in provincial courtroom in Saskatoon.
MacKenzie was additionally charged in Nova Scotia with 13 firearms offences in January, and with harassment and intimidation in March after an anti-mask protest exterior the house of Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of well being.
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre has additionally requested the RCMP to research MacKenzie after he talked about sexually assaulting Poilievre’s spouse, Anaida, throughout a livestream final month.
Diagolon shares members and affiliation with the “Freedom Convoy,” in addition to these against government-mandated well being restrictions.
This report by The Canadian Press was first revealed Oct. 10, 2022.