Ontario police officer charged after voicing support for Freedom Convoy

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The Durham police officer who posted a video in-uniform voicing support for the Freedom Convoy protests has been charged.

Const. Erin Howard faces two counts of discreditable conduct, two counts of insubordination, and two counts of breach of confidence under the Police Services Act. She is due to make her first appearance in court on May 5.

Howard posted the video in January, prior to the Convoy’s arrival in Ottawa.

“I wanted to give a shout out to all the truckers. I think what you guys are doing is incredible. You’re fighting for our rights and freedoms, and, right now, it feels like we’re a little bit at war and those rights and freedoms are at stake,” she said in the video.

The Durham Regional Police Service confirmed following the release of the video that there is an investigation into the officer.

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