The former Laval police officer reconsiders his arrest and his 4-5 hours in detention

Maxime Ouimet, the former Laval police officer, published a video to explain his brief stint in prison following his arrest because he had posted the phone numbers of journalist Yves Poirier from TVA and Tristan Péloquin from La Presse online. In the sound live Facebook, he says he was imprisoned for a period of four to five hours. Maxime also talks about the treatment he received from the Montreal police: “The guys have been super super smattes with me. I wasn't handcuffed. We chatted like normal people. […] It went really well. There is no one who made me attitude.". The former Laval police officer insisted that he would continue to fight against the government's measures.

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