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"Police officers" arrested for "interaction" at the National War Memorial suffocated and four were arrested: Ottawa police

File: Ottawa police headquarters on Elgin Street in Ottawa
File: Ottawa Police Headquarters At Elgin Street in OttawaPhoto: Tony Caldwell/Post Media

Ottawa police say police officers are in the National War Showdown at the monument.

Police say they are checking the video of the incident, but in the "first investigation", after one policeman was suffocated, there was a "conflict" between the policeman and the individual on the scene. I found out.

After that, another police officer responded and four people were arrested.

Army Reserve James Top, who was charged after criticizing his uniformed vaccine obligations earlier this year, ended his cross-Canada march at a memorial ceremony on Thursday, with "free" demonstrators. I cheered him up.

We are reviewing the video and investigating the incident at the National War Memorial tonight.
Initial investigations revealed that one officer was suffocated due to conflicting interactions with officers. Other officers responded immediately and four were arrested

— Ottawa Police (@OttawaPolice)July 1, 2022

Downtown Ottawa There is a large police presence in advance in a planned demonstration organized by "freedom" protesters on Canada Day. A picnic at Strascona Park is scheduled tomorrow, followed by a march and dance party in downtown.

City police called for RCMP backup while the city enabled a "vehicle exclusion zone" around the hills of Congress, and Mayor Jim Watson called downtown to celebrate Canada Day directly. Encourage people to head for (2019 for the first time since) and don't be threatened or bullied by people who might try to confuse the party.

On Wednesday night, Ottawa police say police officers arrested a man who was causing a turmoil on Parliamentary Hill. The man, who was wanted in Toronto with an unpaid warrant, was returned to Toronto to appear in court.

Earlier Thursday, police announced that they had arrested a second person for violating bail conditions for not entering Ottawa.

That person's car was also confiscated.

The arrest followed what police described as an "operation" near Highway 417 and Anderson Road at the eastern end.

No further details were immediately available.

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