Ottawa Police Officer Accused of Donating to Freedom Convoy Facing ‘Discreditable Conduct’ Charge

An Ottawa police officer is facing a charge of discreditable conduct for allegedly donating money to the Freedom Convoy.
In February, truckers and demonstrators from across Canada descended on Ottawa to demand an end to federal vaccine mandates and COVID-19 restrictions. The group used crowdfunding platforms like GoFundMe and GiveSendGo to collect donations for gas, food, and accommodations. A hacker group eventually gained access to and published the donor list, releasing the personal details of over 92,000 donors.
Now, Const. Kristina Neilson is being investigated for allegedly appearing on that list, CTV News reports.
Neilson had a disciplinary hearing on Sept. 15 to face the misconduct charge under the Police Services Act. The investigation was initiated following a Chief’s complaint….

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