Black Lives Matter Leader Charged with Anti-Catholic Hate Crime

Recent reports indicate that Adora Nwofor, the leader of the Black Lives Matter movement in Calgary, Canada, has been charged with a hate crime.

The charges stem from an incident on May 26, where Nwofor allegedly impeded access to St. Thomas Aquinas School, a Catholic institution, due to bias, prejudice, or hate based on race or ethnic origin. Court documents obtained by the Calgary Herald state that Nwofor was charged with mischief on June 2 for "wilfully obstructing and interfering" with the use of a property "primarily used for religious worship and educational purposes," the documents stated.

According to the documents, it is alleged that Nwofor's motive for impeding people's use of St. Thomas Aquinas School in Calgary was "for reasons of bias, prejudice, or hate based on race or ethnic origin."

Earlier this month, Nwofor, a 47-year-old abortion rights activist and president of Black Lives Matter YYC, was permitted release on non-cash bail by a justice of the peace, communicating through a video link. This release was conditional on Nwofor avoiding any contact with the staff and faculty of St. Thomas Aquinas.

The Calgary Herald reported that Nwofor is barred from approaching within 100 meters of the educational institution.

Chad Haggerty, Nwofor's legal representative, did not promptly reply to Fox News' request for commentary on the hate crime allegations.

In an unrelated event, Taylor McNallie, a Black Lives Matter activist, is facing misconduct charges. She is slated to appear in court regarding accusations of an alleged assault on an off-duty sheriff, Elena Cunningham, outside the Calgary Courts Centre in April 2021. McNallie, also represented by Haggerty, is alleged to have assaulted Cunningham with a megaphone during a demonstration against the assault of a Black woman by a Calgary police officer.

McNallie has maintained her innocence, asserting that she was merely trying to retrieve her cell phone, which she claims Cunningham took from her while she was attempting to record the officer.

Additionally, McNallie is accused of dousing a photographer with water and damaging his glasses a week prior to the aforementioned incident.

Justice Peter Barley is expected to deliver a judgment in McNallie's case on Thursday. The case involving Nwofor is scheduled to resume in court on the following day, Friday.

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