Rebel News sues RCMP, alleging pattern of 'intimidation and exclusion'

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Rebel News and one of its media personalities, David Menzies, are taking the RCMP to court, accusing the federal police force of engaging “in a pattern of intimidation and exclusion.”

The lawsuit, which is also directed at the York Regional Police and the Attorney General of Canada, stems from Menzies’s high-profile profile arrest in January.

In a video posted by Rebel News, Menzies is seen trying to ask Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland questions in Richmond Hill, Ont., about the government’s decision to leave the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) off the designated terrorist entity list.

Freeland and Menzies were both attending an event to mark the

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