KNIFE WIELDING MAN ARRESTED OUTSIDE DOUG FORD'S HOME

Jun 22, 2021

By Bob Komsic

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A 44-year-old Toronto man is charged with slashing the tires of vehicles in the Kipling-Eglinton neighbourhood Monday evening, and then allegedly yelling threats outside Doug Ford’s home while armed with a ”large butcher’s knife.”
The premier was not hurt.
”An OPP officer was on site and arrested the man immediately,” said a spokesperson for Ford.
The premier’s home has been the site of many COVID-19 related demonstrations over the last year, calling the protesters ”buffoons.”
”You want to protest, God bless you, freedom of speech, come down (to Queen’s Park), protest, do whatever you want,” Ford said at the time.
”I have the best neighbours anyone could ever ask for.   They didn’t sign up for this, they aren’t making decisions for the government.”
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