Anti-vaccine activist François Amalega-Bitondo, who spent more than 90 days in prison for actions related to health measures, was arrested again on Friday in Repentigny near the Saint-Jean-Baptiste festivities attended by the first Minister Francois Legault.
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Around 7 p.m., Mr. Amalega "screamed very loudly, disturbed the people around him and very insistently approached the Prime Minister," said Repentigny Police Department spokesperson Jocelyn Desrosiers. QMI Agency.
The one who accumulates arrests and tickets was escorted to the exit of the site and arrested for disturbing the peace. He was released shortly thereafter. His condition of penetrating within 300 meters of Prime Minister François Legault did not seem to be in question, according to the Repentigny police department.