Anti-masker Chris “Sky” Saccoccia allegedly threatened to kill Ontario Premier Doug Ford, a peer in his anti-lockdown movement, as well as all of Canada’s premiers and then drove a vehicle at a police officer who attempted to arrest him.
On May 20, Chris “Sky” Saccoccia surrendered to Toronto police. He was charged with three counts of making death threats, one count of assaulting a peace officer with a weapon, and one count of dangerous driving. He was released on bail and will return to court on July 8 at 10 a.m.
He is not permitted to contact Ford or the self-styled Republican Party of Canada’s leader, Rob Carbone, and is not permitted to travel within 500 metres of any address associated with them. Saccoccia has traveled the country criticizing COVID-19 lockdown measures.