Notorious Canadian Anti-Masker Charged With Death Threats Against Parliament, Attempt To Assault Police

Vice News reports:

Toronto Police have arrested Canada’s most well-known anti-masker after he allegedly threatened to shoot several people—including, apparently, the leader of Canada’s Republican Party—and then drove at a police officer with his vehicle.

In a press release, police said that Chris Saccoccia was arrested on the evening of May 19. It said the police that they were tipped off to the alleged threats to “shoot a member of the public and elected officials” early Wednesday morning. In the afternoon officers went to Saccoccia’s home to arrest him.

Once there, they claim, he attempted to flee the officers in his car. One officer “attempted to block the vehicle” but “the man reversed and then drove directly at the officer, causing him to jump out of the way to avoid being hit.” He then sped away.

Read the full article. Saccoccia last appeared on JMG when he was arrested for disrupting a flight and violating quarantine. We first learned about him last August when an anti-lockdown protest resulted in a bloody beach brawl involving chainsaws.