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Fri Aug 26, 2022, 07:03 PM

Diagolon founder Jeremy Mackenzie faces assault, weapons charges in Saskatchewan

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Diagolon founder Jeremy Mackenzie faces assault, weapons charges in Saskatchewan

Mackenzie, whose extremist group has been tied to charges laid during the border blockade in Coutts, Alta., is now the subject of a Saskatchewan-wide warrant over a November incident, RCMP said.

By Kieran Leavitt Staff Reporter, The Toronto Star


Fri., Aug. 26, 2022 timer 2 min. read



The founder of Diagolon, a violent extremist group, is facing assault and weapons charges in Saskatchewan, according to the RCMP.

Jeremy Mackenzie, a 36-year-old who lives in Nova Scotia, faces charges of assault, pointing a firearm, mischief and use of a restricted weapon stemming from an incident last November near Viscount, Sask.

Mounties in Saskatoon were notified of the incident in March this year, and Mackenzie was charged on July 18, the RCMP said in a media release sent to the Star on Friday.

“There is currently a Saskatchewan-wide warrant for Mackenzie’s arrest,” says the RCMP release. “At this time there is no evidence he is in Saskatchewan. Provincial Crown Prosecution is currently reviewing to determine if the warrant will be extended beyond provincial borders.”



Pierre Poilievre was pictured shaking hands with him last week and did not apologize outright.

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