The Canadian Forces reservist accused of breaching the gates of Rideau Corridor final summer season whereas armed is anticipated to enter a plea this morning.
Corey Hurren, 46, faces 21 prices associated to the weapons police say he had in his possession on July 2, when he allegedly drove a truck onto the grounds of the official residence and set out on foot towards the prime minister’s residence at Rideau Cottage.
The RCMP stated 4 firearms and a prohibited journal have been present in Hurren’s truck after he was arrested that day. He is accused of careless use of a firearm, possession of a weapon for a
The Manitoba resident additionally faces a cost of uttering a menace to “trigger demise or bodily hurt” to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who was not residence on the time.
In line with a abstract of the preliminary RCMP investigation, lately obtained via an entry to data request, Hurren wished to have the prime minister arrested for various latest coverage selections, together with new firearms restrictions and the federal authorities’s COVID-19 response.
The RCMP’s built-in nationwide safety staff, INSET, has been main the investigation. The particular unit was created to “observe, deter, disrupt and forestall prison actions of terrorist teams or people who pose a menace to Canada’s nationwide safety,” in keeping with Public Security Canada’s web site.