Some Ottawa residents said they had trouble sleeping because of the horns from the truckers' demonstration at the winter 2022. (Archive photo)
Ms. Li told the court that during the third week of protests, she went to the streets to record evidence that the court's injunction was not being respected.
She also took a photo of a truck carrying cans of fuel that was partially parked on the sidewalk. The witness testified at trial that the driver backed the truck toward her, while nearby protesters honked their horns and shouted at her.
Her lawyer, Paul Champ, said last week that Ms. Li preferred not to testify, but would do her duty as a citizen if asked.
He maintains that Ms. Li has been the victim of harassment since she went to court against the convoy, and then again after her testimony before Judge Paul Rouleau's commission of inquiry into the appeal by the federal government to the Emergency Measures Act.
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