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Canadian soldiers pleaded guilty to 8 counts when driving into the Governor’s office with guns

Canadian soldiers pleaded guilty to 8 counts when driving into the Governor's office with guns

Corey Herron drives a pickup truck full of guns into the Governor's House and crashes the gates on July 2, 2020. After a period of confrontation with the police, he was arrested by the police.

February 5th local time, Corey Hurren, a Canadian soldier, pleaded guilty to eight counts in an Ottawa court.

Corey Herron drives a pickup truck full of guns into the Governor’s House and crashes the gates on July 2, 2020.

After a period of confrontation with the police, he was arrested by the police.

According to the relevant documents of the court, Corey Herron had loaded two short-barrel guns, three long guns, pistols, etc. when he drove into the Governor’s office.

He later claimed that he wanted to say a few words to Prime Minister Trudeau.

Of the eight counts confessed to Corey Herron, seven were reportedly related to the possession of weapons.

This includes the count of “intentional threat to public safety”, including his private possession of high-standard revolvers, pistols and M14 rifles, as well as magazines full of bullets without a license.

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