Urban terrorists have started doing recon on site of 2018 G7

Meow everyone. With the G7 summit taking place next year in Quebec, we all know that there will be protests . However, urban terrorists see events such as this to create their brand of ” activism ” we have all come to know as smashy smashy .One of the most dangerous, most vile and outright scum bags is Jaggi Singh from Montreal . Over the past weekend, he and a few of his low life anarchist friends took a trip to the location to do recon of the area and facility . Now, WHY ARE THESE PEOPLE NOT BEING WATCHED NOW ?

 

Here they are at and in the facility :

 

 

 

Here we see him posting some mapping information :

We have here below , some information that Kevin Metcalf posted about the same location recently :

 

 

Jaggi Singh was one of the main organizers of the G20 riots here in Toronto , and like his fellow terrorists before and after him, he too had no regrets for his crimes . So now, can the cops please put a stop to this guy and his scum bags ?

 

      G20 activist Jaggi Singh unrepentant after suspended sentence

 

 

( sourced from here  )

Activist Jaggi Singh, who urged protesters to tear down a security fence at Toronto’s G20 summit, was unrepentant Tuesday morning after a judge gave him a suspended sentence.

“My only regret is that we didn't succeed in tearing down that fence," Jaggi Singh told reporters today. He is pictured in an August 2010 file photo.
“My only regret is that we didn’t succeed in tearing down that fence,” Jaggi Singh told reporters today. He is pictured in an August 2010 file photo.  (RENE JOHNSTON / TORONTO STAR) | Order this photo  

Activist Jaggi Singh, who urged protesters to tear down a security fence at Toronto’s G20 summit, was unrepentant Tuesday morning after a judge gave him a suspended sentence.

“I have no regret for what I said,” Singh told reporters outside Old City Hall, after walking down the courthouse steps to raucous applause from dozens of supporters.

“My only regret is that we didn’t succeed in tearing down that fence, and we didn’t succeed in effectively disrupting the G20 in the way it deserved to be disrupted.”

Singh, a well-known anti-globalization organizer from Montreal, pleaded guilty in late April to counselling mischief over $5,000 for encouraging people to tear down the security fence during last June’s summit.

While delivering his ruling Tuesday morning, Justice Robert Bigelow said an appropriate sentence would have been incarceration for a period of 60 to 90 days.

The judge gave Singh credit of 69 days for the six days he spent in pre-trial custody and the 11 ½ months spent under restrictive bail conditions, which included not participating in demonstrations.

Further incarceration is not warranted, Bigelow told a packed courtroom, which was primarily filled with Singh’s supporters.

Also part of the sentence, Bigelow ordered that Singh be placed on probation for 12 months, perform 75 hours of community service and not participate in unlawful protests or demonstrations.

“This was a very judicious sentence today given our current legal system,” defence lawyer Peter Rosenthal told reporters.

As part of the plea deal, the Crown withdrew the more serious charge of criminal conspiracy.

The Crown had sought a six-month jail term and two years’ probation.

The prosecution had entered Singh’s Twitter feed, YouTube videos he posted and a number of media interviews as evidence that he openly encouraged others to commit violence by trying to tear down the fence and confront police.

“I think the fence deserves to be taken down and I hope people do organize to do so,” Singh said at a news conference at the fence last June 24. “This is completely illegitimate and deserves to be taken down and I commend anyone that tries to do it.”

The 39 year-old, who has been convicted on four occasions since 1998 for minor offences related to political demonstrations, offered no apology as a stipulation of the plea deal.

As part of Singh’s plea deal with the Crown, he may not be called as a witness in any G20-related case and his plea cannot be used against his co-accused.

The defence had asked the judge for a sentence of time served – the one week in jail and seven months of house arrest, which followed Singh’s arrest on July 6 after he turned himself in to police – plus a small fine.

 


2 Responses to Urban terrorists have started doing recon on site of 2018 G7

  1. What does this guy do to pay his bills?

    • Avatar undercoverkity
      undercoverkity says:

      He and other anarchist leaders work of university oprig groups that are nothing more than radical left wing political party sub offices. They are funded by radical and militant unions , student unions, and student groups, radical politician office budgets .