Montreal-based activist Jaggi Singh has been released on bail after agreeing to refrain from protests until his charges from last month’s G20 summit are dealt with in the courts.
“I personally find the no-protest and no-organizing (protests) conditions to be humiliating,” Singh said Monday evening after being freed on $75,000 surety and $10,000 bail. “It's so patently unconstitutional.”
He faces charges of criminal conspiracy, mischief, obstructing police and obstructing justice.
Singh is allowed to return to his home in Montreal, but must refrain from using cellphones.
Singh turned himself in to police on July 6. He is due back in court July 23 for a pre-trial scheduling hearing.
So much for free speech. (S/T to AZ from twitter)