Anti-vaccine activist Franுவாois Amaleka Pidonto has been collecting crimes with at least $ 35,500 in tickets since the outbreak began.
Confirmed by the Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions (DPCP) Magazine Since the outbreak, Mr Amaleka Pidonto has received reports of 23 offenses under the Public Health Act. These tickets cost a total of $ 35,558, with a minimum fare of $ 1,546.
Not only that. Anti-vaccine and anti-mask activists also have four criminal records related to an incident in July.
At the time, the 43-year-old was trying to get into a Canadian tire with a group of unmasked men. His action continued for two days. Results? He received four criminal charges, including disturbing the peace.
The leader of the movement against health measures is due to appear in court in Joliet on September 15 for the case.
Meanwhile, Amaleka Pitonto has stepped up fights against vaccination and mask wearing.
He does not hesitate to proudly film all his actions and present himself on social media.
Back on Thursday, he openly invited NDP leader Jagmeet Singh during an event in Montreal as part of his election campaign.
“I am surprised that NDP leader Kovit did not know that the vaccine was being tested,” the conspirator shouted. Mr. Singh first tried to engage in conversation with him and eventually moved on.
A few hours later he was arrested in front of the TVA studio in Montreal face to face.
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He was arrested shortly afterwards, at the TVA Nouvelles campus, shortly before the leaders’ discussion (Amaleka is on autopad).
On Wednesday morning, Franுவாois Amaleka Fidonto and activists shocked hundreds of students by protesting against the wearing of a mask in front of an elementary school in Lanadiur, spoiling the start of the school year for hundreds of students against health measures.
In the last week of August, the anti-vaccine activist also interrupted Valerie Plante’s conference to ask her questions about the vaccine passport. He also interrupted Christian Dubey’s press conference on August 10 for several minutes.
The candidate is a doctoral candidate
Before becoming an activist, Franசois Amaleka Pitonto was an excellent educator. He completed his master’s degree in mathematics and statistics at the University of Montreal in 2016.
“I’m really surprised. I just learned that he has become an activist. Francois was one of my best students at the time.
The latter claims that Franாங்கois Amaleka Pidonto holds a doctorate in mathematics at UQAM. According to him, anti-vaccine activist College Jean-D-Proof also taught math at HEC Montreal and ÉTS.
“He was definitely off to a good start. At least I’m glad to tell you he had a first-class academic record,” Mr Saint-Opin said.
“Music geek. Coffee lover. Devoted food scholar. Web buff. Passionate internet guru.”