Thursday, February 10, 2022

Far-Left Activist Identified as Suspect in Canada Protest Hit-and-Run; Suspect in Canada Trucker Protest Hit-and-Run is Militant Antifa Punk Rocker, and other C-Virus related stories

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Far-Left Activist Identified as Suspect in Canada Protest Hit-and-Run:
Winnipeg police have identified far-left activist David Alexander Zegarac as the driver accused of running down four anti-mandate protestors on Friday.
Zegarac, 42, was arrested Friday at around 10:30 p.m. after a Jeep struck a group of four protesters at Winnipeg’s Memorial Boulevard at around 9:30 p.m. that evening. Authorities temporarily hospitalized one of the injured protestors, while three others suffered minor injuries as a result of the incident.
The assembly was a peaceful protest against civil rights restrictions imposed in Canada in the name of stopping the Chinese coronavirus.
Police initially refused to comment on the identity of the driver of the vehicle but later stated that 42-year-old Zegarac would be looking at various charges including four counts of assault with a weapon, failing to stop at the scene of an accident and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle. --->READ MORE HERE
Suspect in Canada trucker protest hit-and-run is militant Antifa punk rocker:
The suspect arrested over the car-ramming attack against “Freedom Convoy” anti-vaccine mandate protesters in Winnipeg is an Antifa member with a long history of far-left militant activism in Canada.
David Alexander Zegarac, 42, of Headingley, Manitoba, allegedly sped off in his Jeep Patriot to try to escape after the incident last Friday, which injured four people and was caught on camera. Zegarac ran multiple lights and resisted arrest when he was finally caught around 40 minutes later, according to the Winnipeg police.
Zegarac was well-known as the frontman and vocalist of several Antifa punk bands since the early 2000s, most notably Brat Attack. He was vocal about his veganism and radical anarchist politics. However, in 2015, record label Rebel Time records dropped the group because of multiple accusations of sexual assault and rape against Zegarac. One of his anonymous accusers said she was only 13 when he allegedly groomed her and raped her. Police said he does not have a criminal history in Manitoba, though he has also lived in British Columbia and Newfoundland.
Zegarac’s music is extremely political and often features violent extremist themes consistent with the subgenre of anti-fascist punk. One of the tracks from Brat Attack was written about the former Conservative prime minister, Stephen Harper. Titled “Hey Harper You Anti-Choice Homophobe F,— Die Die Die,” it includes the lyrics: “This is class war, you rich white f—ks. Ruling class is s— out of luck. Your god is f–king dead, I shot him in the head.” --->READ MORE HERE
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