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by Annie-Pierre Bélanger on Tuesday, May 29, 2012 ·
Quebec, May 29th 2012, 2am – This is my testimony. It will be used to contest my fine when I will receive it in the mail. Monday night, I participated in a demonstration in Quebec City. We decided democratically to not give a trajectory route even considering the consequences imposed by the law 78. We were well aware that the police in Quebec would intervene not only according to the guidelines set out by law 78 but also article 500.1 of the Highway Safety Code: “No person may, during a concerted action intended to obstruct in any way vehicular traffic on a public highway, occupy the roadway, shoulder or any other part of the right of way of or approaches to the highway or place a vehicle or obstacle thereon so as to obstruct vehicular traffic on the highway or access to such a highway”. By the time we had completed our vote, the police used a megaphone to announce that our demonstration was illegal and that we needed to disperse.