He is still in jail... :(
Since June's Toronto G20 Summit, AW@L Radio co-host Alex Hundert has spent over 5 months behind bars -- having been forcefully abducted and held captive by a system of injustice in Ontario.
He has been granted bail twice, with ridiculous and baseless re-arrests following each release; including one arrest for speaking at a university on a panel, and another arrest for allegedly sticking his tongue out at the crown attorney (or something like that...).
The crown attorneys have shown obvious bias by having Alex re-arrested twice after they failed in keeping alex locked up at the original bail hearings.
I STILL WANT MY CO-HOST BACK! FREE ALEX HUNDERT!
We are pleased to present a jailhouse interview with AW@L Radio co-host Alex Hundert where we speak of Bill C-49, the New Year's Eve jail solidarity demos, communities of unity and support and more!
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