RCMP launches investigation into man who called Chrystia Freeland a 'traitor'

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The RCMP has opened an investigation into a Friday incident where Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland was verbally harassed as she entered an elevator at City Hall in Grand Prairie, Alberta.

According to Global News, the RCMP said in a statement that they take seriously threats made against public officials.

“Physical action and statements made in person or online can have a significant impact and can be against the law,” RCMP Sgt. Caroline Duval explained, adding that “when the threshold for a criminal charge is met, the RCMP or the police of jurisdiction may arrest and lay charges.”

Duval noted that if the threshold for criminal charges is not met, the information gathered would be analyzed “from an intelligence perspective.”

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