An 18-year-old activist Evan Freedom, arrested for actively protesting against COVID-19 restrictions in his state, reports LifeSiteNews.
The teenage activist wants himself to be referred to as Evan Freedom. He has been arrested twice during his odyssey to convert the conventional notion of co-existing with the idea of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus (COVID-19) lurking around in his hometown Saskatoon Saskatchewan, Canada.
Saskatchewan has been a staunch adherent to public measures commonly seen as the most effective means for fending off CCP Virus transmission in a community.
Along with its continuous endorsement of public mask mandate, the province forces teenage citizens as young as 13-years-old to get involuntarily vaccinated via “mature minor consent” provisions.
Freedom was not ready to comply with the orders, however. He knew some perspectives needed to be challenged.
On May 11, he joined Cody, 18-year-old and another boy, in two demonstrations that led to his detention.
According to Freedom, the boys entered Tommy Douglas Collegiate mask-less for approximately four minutes. They later left to perform a demonstration against the vaccination policies on students of Pope John Paul II elementary school, standing across the street holding signs that read “Honk for Freedom,” “Just Say No,” and “Unmask the kids.”
The boys were approached by police officers who gave them a heads up of charges and tickets but then watched from afar after some hospitable conversations.
His friend was the first to get detained, under a week and a half, via a warrant, which prompted Freedom to turn himself in, resulting in his arrest on May 21.
Freedom reviewed that both young men were given the same charges, including three counts of mischief over $5,000 and one count of disturbing the peace by shouting.
The teenager was later released with an order to cut all ties with his friend Cody, “directly or indirectly,” as he recalled, or he would be subjected to a fine of $500.
This condition was somewhat challenging for Freedom to fully comply with, as both boys were COVID-19 (CCP Virus) restrictions, activists. Sooner or later, they would end up encountering each other at the same rally, which indeed occurred.
On May 28, the teens unwittingly attended the same rally. While carefully avoiding any exchanges and only standing back-to-back, it was enough close contact for the police officers to decide he had sidestepped the condition.
“They were prioritizing someone who was at school trying to get their education, just to harass—I think—just because they had a little bit of evidence of Cody and me being around each other,” Freedom said. “Which I guess is what they arrested me for. Which is false.”
“It’s an illegal arrest,” the teenager condemned.
The judge spared Freedom the penalty the following day after his detention, however, but the young activist still had to go through a whole night in jail before his appearance in court.
Speaking of his aversion to the “mature minor consent” that Saskatchewan employs, Freedom said he was not an anti-vaxxer, nor would he discriminate against those who would like to take the vaccines. However, he believed it was wrongful not to allow children freedom of choice with the experimental inoculation.
“I believe a 12-year-old is not capable of making the decision to get a vaccine,” Cody said via email as reported by LifeSiteNews. “You have to be 16 to drive a car, 18 to get a tattoo, 18 to vote, and 19 to drink in Saskatchewan.”
“A 12-year-old’s brain is not capable of making a decision of this nature. Our brains develop till we are upwards of 25. A 12-year-old does not know the risks and dangers that come with a vaccine. A 12-year-old is misinformed, and rarely do they know all the information. They hear one side of the story, and that is [what] the school pushes on them.”