Prior to the incident, attorney Gabriel Poliquin was questioning Mario Di Tommaso, the deputy solicitor general in Ontario. While reviewing a handwritten document with Di Tommaso, Poliquin asked for clarification about whether the "CMV" acronym referred to commercial vehicles.
Poliquin was then seen opening a plastic water bottle before suddenly losing consciousness and falling to his left. As Poliquin's body hit the ground, creating a loud crash, Di Tommaso expressed shock, as did a woman in the background who was heard gasping – watch the video below:
Canadian Prosecutor Gabriel Poliquin, who is hunting down members of Freedom Convoy, collapses during hearing.pic.twitter.com/2O2HWl6LI7
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) November 10, 2022
On the livestream, a drawn-out moaning sound can be heard after Poliquin crashes into the floor as people started rushing to his aid. Emergency responders were then called to the meeting, which was held in the Library and Archives Canada building in downtown Ottawa.
Poliquin's current condition remains unknown because nobody in the know about it is willing to say anything. Even The Canadian Press, which was on site, is refusing to share any further details "out of respect for him and his family."
The incident is strangely similar to that of CHI Memorial Hospital's Tiffany Dover, who as you may recall passed out and fell to the ground while promoting Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) "vaccines" in front of the world.
Dover was one of the first people to take the covid shots after they were launched by the Trump administration under Operation Warp Speed. Dover was never heard from again and her social media accounts have remained inactive ever since, though nobody will confirm that Dover is actually dead.
We assume she is based on the way the whole thing was handled. And since Poliquin's similar collapse and fall is likewise shrouded in uncertainty, it might just be that he, too, is no longer with us.
"This is truly extremely disturbing on multiple levels," tweeted another Canadian lawyer and YouTuber by the name of David Freheit.
"That's perfectly normal," added Maxime Bernier, founder of the right-wing People's Party of Canada, in sarcastic jest. "It happens all the time. Nothing to be surprised about."
Several hours following the incident, the hearing resumed with another witness. The commission is slated to run until November 25 and will also investigate the Justin Trudeau regime's use of the Emergencies Act to tyrannize covid protesters.
For the first time in Canada's history, in case you missed it, the Emergencies Act was invoked in order to put an immediate end to all protests in Ottawa as well as blockades at border crossings into the United States.
"At their peak, the protests – led by truck drivers furious over Covid vaccination requirements for transporting freight across the border – drew 15,000 people to the capital and inspired copycat movements in other countries," reports explain.
"The emergency powers included the ability to freeze the bank accounts of those suspected of supporting the Freedom Convoy blockades, without obtaining a court order."
Civil liberty groups are suing the Trudeau regime over this invocation, calling it "a sledgehammer" designed to quell all opposition to lockdowns and mask and "vaccine" mandates. With Poliquin's help, that same regime continues to persecute everyone who protested.
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