Prominent Canadian Antifa leader arrested in Toronto

A prominent Canadian Antifa leader who was previously wanted by the police for “agitating a Six Nations land dispute” has been arrested in Toronto, Ontario.

Nico Johnson Montreal QC

A prominent Canadian Antifa leader who was previously wanted by police for "agitating a Six Nations land dispute" has been arrested in Toronto, Ontario.

The non-Indigenous Alex Hundert, 41, has also been banned from returning to Six Nations and has also been prohibited from speaking with fellow "land defenders," according to the Two Row Times.

Ontario Provincial Police has described Hundert as an "anarchist" with a history of influencing "unlawful, violent behaviour."

Despite being on the run, Hundert was swiftly apprehended earlier this month.

Hundert’s previous history of violent behaviour included "ring-leading" the Toronto G20 protests. Hundert was accused of creating a "target list" of places that protestors should euphemistically "take action" against. These included banks and political offices.

The consequences of these protests were stark: 140 people were injured; 40 shops were vandalized; causing $750,000 in damages.

As a result of this, Hundert was sentenced to over 13 months in prison.

Local sources suggest Hundert was less-than-popular amongst the Indigenous community. The Two Row times reported that Hundert was accused of "dividing the community of land defenders."


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