[IN IMAGES] Anti-vaccine demonstration in front of the CHU Sainte-Justine: 17 infringement reports issued

[IN IMAGES] Anti-vaccine demonstration in front of the CHU Sainte-Justine: 17 infringement reports ; put

MISE & Agrave; DAY

Anti-vaccine activist François Amalega was waiting for “thousands of people” in front of the CHU Sainte-Justine, in Montreal, to demonstrate against the administration of the vaccine to children aged five to 11.

Once again, his initiative proved to be a dismal failure, when only 20 of his followers responded “present”.

In total, the police handed over 17 reports of $ 1,500 offense against demonstrators on site. However, no arrests were made.

It should be noted that by appearing in front of the CHU Sainte-Justine, the protesters were contravening the government decree prohibiting demonstrations within 50 meters of schools and hospitals.

Very quickly, the police notified the people present that if they did not immediately leave the premises, they would be given statements of offense.

Some of them complied, but others preferred to disobey by remaining in place, including François Amalega.

“Me, I will wait for my ticket,” Amalega told her faithful companions.

For some opponents of health measures, receiving a ticket seemed funny.

One of them, who recently boasted on social networks of wanting to accumulate as many tickets as possible, s 'is also joined to the group sidelined by the police for the sole purpose of receiving his fine of $ 1,500.

“[The tickets], it's just paper for us ! ” he said to whoever would listen.

While the police were busy identifying all the offenders and distributing tickets, a laboratory technician from the hospital came out to tell her way of thinking about the group led by François Amalega.

“What you are doing is unacceptable. There are children here who have just had the operation and are looking at you. It's totally disrespectful of you, you don't have your place here, ”thundered the health worker, leaving the demonstrators speechless.

Since the start of the pandemic, the activist François Amalega has been arrested several times and received over $ 60,000 in tickets.

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