The threat to Justin Trudeau on Twitter

News 27 January, 2018
  • Matthew Usherwood/QMI AGENCY

    QMI agency

    Saturday, 27-jan-2018 02:39

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    LEDUC, Alberta | Alberta is accused of having threatened on Twitter the prime minister of canada, Justin Trudeau, and the premier of alberta, Rachel Notley.

    According to the”Edmonton Journal”, Orion Rutley would have written these threats against two politicians near the town of Leduc, Alberta. He was arrested two weeks ago, and then released conditionally, pending his court appearance on 8 February next. His Twitter account has since been suspended.

    Rutley is not his first conflict with the law. According to the”Edmonton Journal”, he was convicted in 2006 of unlawful possession of a firearm and to have used and stored in a careless manner a firearm. He has also been convicted of driving while impaired in 2010.

    According to Postmedia, quoted by the”Edmonton Journal”, 55 incidents relating to the security of the prime minister of the Alberta occurred between 2003 and 2015. Of this number, 19 have occurred in the first nine months in office Rachel Notley.