Toronto police reportedly threatened a Canadian reporter with arrest after the reporter referred to Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani as a “terrorist.” . . .
The vigil, which was held outside a Toronto courthouse, saw a crowd of people and protesters congregating over the killing of Soleimani. An estimated 200 people attended the event.
Rebel News reporter David Menzies was one of those in attendance.
Menzies can be seen and heard in a video talking with the various people who had turned out for the demonstration, using the word “terrorist” when referring to Soleimani. Law enforcement can be seen approaching Menzies and advising him to stop using the word “terrorist” when referring to the Iranian general for fear of inciting the crowd.
One officer threatened that he would arrest Menzies if the reporter did not comply with the officer’s demands.
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