We met up with one of the Freedom Convoy organizers and spokespeople, Benjamin Dichter, in Miami and asked him about what he has been up to since the protest ended.
We spoke about where the donations went to, with Dichter saying that all donations were either given to truckers, returned to the donors or held in an escrow account pending lawsuits.
Dichter also says he left Canada a few days after the convoy ended and has been in the U.S. and South America since. While he says he isn't scared of returning to Canada, and has a ticket to return, he is unsure when he will actually be returning.
He also says that the reason he is the only convoy organizer not to be arrested was good lawyers. He also confirmed that his accounts were frozen approximately eight days following the Trudeau government's invoking of the Emergencies Act.
Dichter says while he wishes he could talk with other convoy organizers, he has not because of strict bail conditions and he wouldn't want to jeopardize any ongoing legal procedures.
Dichter also says that some Bitcoin people are working on making a crypto-only fundraiser to get lawyers for some truckers that are still in jail to this day, and how in the future this group is planning to sue all those involved in slandering the Freedom Convoy.
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