Texts, emails show what Ottawa police told convoy organizers ahead of protest - 2022-04-02

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F182.png Texts, emails show what Ottawa police told convoy organizers ahead of protest April 2, 2022, David Fraser, CBC News

Text messages between one of the convoy protest organizers and an Ottawa police officer show how police told protesters where to park, which one expert calls an agreement gone awry.

Convoy protest organizer Chad Eros filed an affidavit with the Ontario Superior Court as a respondent to the proposed class-action lawsuit responsible for halting the honking downtown. In that affidavit, text messages and emails revealed how organizers communicated with police days before thousands of people and hundreds of vehicles began to paralyze downtown streets.

On Jan. 25, three days before the most eager first convoy protesters arrived with large trucks to block city streets , Ottawa police Const. Isabelle Cyr-Pidcock texted Eros instructing him to send her an itinerary of the protesters.

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{{cite news | first = David | last = Fraser | title = Texts, emails show what Ottawa police told convoy organizers ahead of protest | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/police-convoy-protesters-communication-1.6405434 | work = CBC News | date = April 2, 2022 | accessdate = April 5, 2022 }}