Crown reduces charges against Freedom Convoy organizer Tamara Lich

Amid an enduring trial, Tamara Lich successfully has a breach of bail charge dropped while she perseveres in her fight for freedom.

Crown reduces charges against Freedom Convoy organizer Tamara Lich
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The Crown has just reduced some of the criminal charges faced by Freedom Convoy organizer Tamara Lich as she works to vindicate herself from remaining allegations against her.

Lich was previously accused of being in violation of her bail charges, in a shocking accusation after she was photographed alongside fellow convoy participant Tom Marazzo.

This change saw Lich’s bail revoked before she was subsequently arrested. Lich then served time for this alleged breach in pretrial custody.

The timing of Lich’s arrest was oddly coincidental with a second freedom rally that was planned for Ottawa on Canada Day 2022.

Now, more than a year later, the Crown has since dropped the charge as a result of significant delays in her ongoing criminal trial that was originally set to span 16 days throughout September and October 2023.

Lich and co-accused Chris Barber continue to fight to clear their names of obstructing police, mischief, intimidation and counselling others to commit the same charges.

Follow all of Rebel News' coverage of the trial at TamaraTrial.com.

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