“Queen of Canada” QAnon followers charged after attempting to “arrest” police

Plans by followers of leading Canadian QAnon figure Romana Didulo to arrest Peterborough, Ont. police officers led to the arrest of several of their own on the weekend.

Didulo, the self-proclaimed “Queen of Canada,” arrived in the city in a crowd-funded RV on Saturday along with a group of 30 individuals. Didulo for months has called for the arrests and killings of anyone involved with Canada’s rollout of COVID-19 vaccines.

Her followers — with 70,000 on Telegram, many staunch anti-vaccine supporters — often deliver “cease and desist” letters to organizations demanding they end their “crimes against humanity.”

In a message, she asked her followers to meet in Peterborough to detain police officers at their station and wait for the military to arrive to arrest them.

The followers, led by area resident Frank Curtin, attempted to enter the lobby but were met with locked doors and no responses from police when using the intercom system.

Global’s Sean O’Shea has more.

Police are asking anyone with video on any of Saturday’s events to either send a link to aru@peterborough.ca or to leave their information on the service’s Crime Line at 705-876-1122 ext. 555 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at stopcrimehere.ca.

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