BREAKING: Canadian Court Approves State-Sanctioned Freeze Of Freedom Convoy Funds
Breaking reports out of Canada have revealed that the government of Ontario won a court order seeking to entirely freeze any and all funds donated to the Canadian freedom convoy through the crowdfunding website GiveSendGo.
The ruling blocks the use of “any and all monetary donations made through the Freedom Convoy 2022 and Adopt-a-Trucker campaign pages on the GiveSendGo online fundraising platform.”
Ontario Premier Doug Ford issued a statement on the matter:
“Today, the Attorney General brought an application in the Superior Court of Justice for an order pursuant to section 490.8 of the Criminal Code prohibiting any person from disposing of, or otherwise dealing with, in any manner whatsoever, any and all monetary donations made through the Freedom Convoy 2022 and Adopt-a-Trucker campaign pages on the GiveSendGo online fundraising platform,” Ford wrote.
“This afternoon, the order was issued. It binds any and all parties with possession or control over these donations.”
The Ontario government reportedly called upon section 490.8 of the criminal code to get the order granted.
Innovators from Canada’s Freedom Convoy have already worked on getting around the state-sanctioned blocking of private money transfers; those still seeking to donate to the pro-freedom protests can donate via crypto by clicking here. They have raised almost 700 thousand dollars in the form of cryptocurrency thus far.
Canada has constantly made headlines since the Freedom Convoy’s very beginning. Big League Politics has covered multiple stories about both the convoy and numerous events surrounding it.
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