Critical Update on Disabled Woman Reported ‘Dead’ After Being Trampled by a Horse at Freedom Convoy Protest

The elderly, disabled woman reported by some journalists to have been killed in a Freedom Convoy protest in Ottawa after a police horse trampled her is fortunately alive. But she does have injuries (her name is being withheld to protect her privacy).



“The woman who was trampled by Trudeau’s officers is not dead. Thank god. Her shoulder was dislocated and she is in hospital. Care to correct the “no injuries” statement, @OttawaPolice?” journalist Keean Bexte asked on Twitter.

The woman was believed to be dead after harrowing video captured her being trampled by a horse on Friday night.

The Ottawa Police claimed that the woman threw her “bike” at law enforcement.

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However, video shows that it was a disability scooter and it had nothing to do with the incident.

This is a closer look at the mobility scooter.

Ottawa Police have also falsely claimed that no one was seriously injured.



“We are a peaceful protest,” the elderly woman is heard saying shortly before the incident.

She was also seen on video saying that she was at the peaceful protest for her children and grandchildren and her only agenda was to spread “peace, love and happiness.”

It turns out the Ottawa Police had other plans.

The elderly woman is now etched in the history books as someone whose personal sacrifice provides the defining moment of the Ottawa protests. Now is the critical juncture for Canadians to decide if they will choose more oppression or to stand up for their rights and freedoms.

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