We may soon find out if that is the case in Canada.
A Canadian soldier is facing rare mutiny charges after allegedly urging fellow members of the armed forces not to help with the distribution of Covid-19 vaccines.
The Department of National Defence has announced charges against officer cadet LK, a reservist in Ontario. LK has been charged with “endeavoring to persuade another person to join in a mutiny” and “behaving in a scandalous manner unbecoming of an officer”, according to officials.
The charge of mutiny is rare in Canada and has not been used in decades.
Cross-posted with GMJR. Cheers, PC.
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