[VIDÉO] The former Call TV host is accused of making death threats against Patrick Lagasse

Above, a short excerpt from Tristan Bavaria’s video posted on Facebook on March 6, selected to avoid more violent comments.

A 44-year-old man will face justice for making death threats against Patrick Lacasse, after broadcasting a video on social networks in which he called on his subscribers to sue and “spin” the columnist and animator.

“The hunt for the Awakened is on. […] Guys like Lagasse, Quebec, you have to put them in the shade,” Tristan Bavaria specifically said in a video shared on Facebook on March 6, which is still publicly accessible on the social network.

An arrest warrant has been issued for 44-year-old Bavaria in a Montreal court. He faces two charges against Patrick Lagace for making death threats and encouraging subscribers to the Facebook page to commit a crime.

Tristan Bavaria

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Tristan Bavaria

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He once hosted a game show Call-TV to appear on a yet to be determined date. Bavaria, which prides itself as the last bastion of democracy and free speech, says on its social media that it now lives in Florida.

Criminal charges were filed after a police investigation began after the live video was posted on a Facebook page with more than 11,000 followers. On several occasions, Bavaria has repeatedly told its subscribers to sue Patrick Lagasse. He declined to comment on the situation.

Patrick Lacasse

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Patrick Lacasse

Proceed with the case Lacasse is not just A A trendy hashtag [Poursuivre Lagacé, ce n’est pas juste un mot-clic à la mode]. This must eventually happen. But that won’t happen if no one makes a deposit [poursuite]”, he says, taking selfies of himself in front of palm trees.

By the end of the fifteen-minute video, Bavaria is angry and says that Mr. He shames many figures in the Quebec media world, including Lagasse and Richard Martineau. Newspaper.

Not the first time

This is not the first time that internet users have found themselves guilty of threats against columnist Patrick Lacasse. Pres and host of radio and television programs at 98.5 FM and Télé-Québec.

Patrick Stephenson, a 46-year-old Ontarian, received 12 months’ probation and 60 hours of community service last February for making death threats.

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