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Tabbara spent Easter weekend in jail   Canadian Politcs

Started Jun-21 by B0BBI3; 190 views.

From: B0BBI3


More scandalous and dirty tricks are coming up from the Left....

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No CBC reports? sweat_smile

I've hardly heard of it!

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From: DimeTrious


Just burring the dust!

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From: Sylveria


I hope he liked the eastern dinner!

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From: AuntBetsie


Marwan Tabbara, who represents the Ontario riding of Kitchener South-Hespeler, left the Liberal caucus this month after it was revealed he was charged in April with criminal harassment of a woman, break-and-enter, and assault against the same woman and a man.

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From: AuntBetsie


More updates

Tabbara’s court date Friday in the Ontario Court of Justice in Guelph, the city where he was arrested near his riding, was held by teleconference because of COVID-19 restrictions. Tabbara was apparently not on the phone line, nor did he need a lawyer.

Tabbara’s name and case file number were simply included with other criminally charged accused whose cases were postponed to Aug. 28, in keeping with the court’s handling of out-of-custody criminal matters during COVID-19 restrictions.

According to a police document obtained by the Post, Tabbara is accused of watching a home in Guelph starting Jan. 1 and ending April 9, in a manner that made the female occupant fear for her safety. That led to the criminal harassment charge. It is the same home he is accused of breaking into on April 9 and where he allegedly assaulted a woman and a man.

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Weasel (poptardo)

From: Weasel (poptardo)


Member of Parliament Marwan Tabbara had a court hearing Friday on assault and criminal harassment charges. Tabbara was approved to run for the Liberals in the 2019 federal election despite a party investigation into allegations of sexual harassment made against him during his last mandate, CBC News has learned.

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