Canadian authorities probe leaked messages of police allegedly celebrating injuring protestors

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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said they are looking into allegedly leaked screenshots showing Canadian authorities reportedly boasting about brute force on protestors demonstrating against Canada’s coronavirus mandates. 

“Time for the protesters to hear our jackboots on the ground,” one member of RCMP Musical Ride allegedly wrote. Musical Ride is described as a RCMP group assisting “front-line police operations by building positive relationships, supporting recruiting efforts and promoting the RCMP’s image in communities in Canada.” 

“okay we can give out free hugs and unicorn stickers,” the RCMP member allegedly said after receiving pushback for his “jackboots” remark. 

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    White Rock, British Columbia, Canada — 26 July, 2013. The royal Canadian Mounted Police in a ceremonial Musical Ride. (iStock)

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    Bruce, Canada – July 26, 2015: Royal Canadian Mounted Police leading a parade in a small rural community. The people behund the RCMP are local horsemen. (iStock)

The messages are allegedly from a group chat for RCMP Musical Ride and first reported by Rebel News on Saturday. A representative for RCMP sent Fox News Digital a statement on Sunday stating that authorities are aware of the messages and looking into them. 

“This material is not representative of those who have committed themselves to serving Canadians with integrity and professionalism,” reads the statement.

“Don’t kick all of them out until next weeks group gets our turn,” one member of RCMP Musical Ride allegedly said in the group chat accompanied by a photo of a beer, Rebel News reported. 

Another member also allegedly boasted about the “awesome” video allegedly showing people getting trampled by a police officer on a horse in Ottawa, according to the outlet. 

“just watched the horse video – that is awesome,” the RCMP Musical Ride member allegedly wrote.

“we should practice that manoeuvre.”

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    Outside the Parliament of Canada (Fox News Digital/Lisa Bennatan)

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    Police arrest a person as they walk the line to remove all truckers and supporters after a court injunction gave police the power to enforce the law after protesters blocked the access leading from the Ambassador Bridge, linking Detroit and Windsor, as truckers and their supporters continue to protest against COVID-19 vaccine mandates and restrictions in Windsor, Ontario, Sunday, Feb. 13, 2022. (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press via AP) ( )

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    Saturday evening at the Ambassador Bridge in Windsor, Canada, where barricades separated a long line of police and protesters (Fox News Digital/Lisa Bennatan)

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    Protestors against Covid-19 vaccine mandates block the roadway at the Ambassador Bridge border crossing in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, on  February 9, 2022. – The protestors, who are in support of the Truckers Freedom Convoy in Ottawa, have blocked traffic in the Canada bound lanes of the bridge since Monday evening. Approximately $323 million worth of goods cross the Windsor-Detroit border each day at the Ambassador Bridge, making it North Americas busiest international border crossing. (Photo by Geoff Robins / AFP) (Photo by GEOFF ROBINS/AFP via Getty Images) ((Photo by GEOFF ROBINS/AFP via Getty Images))

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    A protester affixes a flag to the top of a truck, parked beside another with a sign calling for the jailing of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, outside Parliament Hill, as a protest against COVID-19 restrictions continues into its second week in Ottawa on Monday, Feb. 7, 2022. (Justin Tang/The Canadian Press via AP) (Justin Tang/The Canadian Press via AP)

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    Trucks and supporters travel down Bloor Street during a demonstration in support of a trucker convoy in Ottawa protesting COVID-19 restrictions, in Toronto, Saturday, Feb. 5, 2022.  ((Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press via AP))

A civilian oversight agency in Ontario announced on Sunday that it is investigating reports of a 49-year-old woman left seriously injured after a Toronto police officer on a horse allegedly trampled her in Ottawa. 

“On Friday, February 18 at approximately 5:14 p.m. there was an interaction between a Toronto Police Service officer on a horse and a 49-year-old woman on Rideau Street and Mackenzie Avenue,” read a press release from the Special Investigations Unit (SIU).

Police have threatened that people who bring a minor to the protest site could be fined up to $5,000 and/or potentially spend up to five years in prison. Personal or business bank accounts may also be subject to examination and restriction, according to police. 

Fox News’ Jon Brown and Tyler O’Neil contributed to this report.

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