Police apologize, drop charges after arresting Chris Sky over airplane mask dispute

Police apologize, drop charges after arresting Chris Sky over airplane mask dispute
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Chris Saccoccia, the founder of Mothers Against Distancing (MAD) known as Chris Sky, has become a prominent figure among Canada’s anti-lockdown crowd. He has regularly organized weekly protests in the public square advocating against Doug Ford’s COVID bylaw enforcement since late April.

Chris went viral after a video of him being arrested for not wearing a mask on an Air Canada flight was released back in October. Rebel News reporter David Menzies interviewed him at the time to get his side of the story.

In a tweet on Wednesday, Chris said that RCMP New Brunswick had called to apologize for arresting him and dropped the charges against him, as well as apparently, offering him a payout.

Chris gave Rebel News further comment, saying that it was one of the arresting officers who had called him, and that he doesn’t fault the RCMP for what happened.

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