EXCLUSIVE: RCMP orders blacklist of 34 crypto wallets under Trudeau’s authoritarian prerogative

The Counter Signal has exclusively obtained an order sent by Trudeau’s federal police force, which demands that all FINTRAC regulated companies in Canada cease transacting with 34 cryptocurrency wallets.

The wallets are alleged to be associated with the Freedom Convoy in Ottawa. The Counter Signal has confirmed at least one wallet which had contained over $1 million worth of Bitcoin as being a part of the HonkHonkHodl campaign to support truckers via cryptocurrency.

Whether this demand from police will hamper access to the funds is still unclear.

The police order comes via Trudeau’s extraordinary and self-prescribed emergency powers, and affects over 25 Bitcoin, worth approximately $1.4 million dollars.

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“The Ontario Provincial Police and Royal Canadian Mounted Police are currently investigating cryptocurrency donations being collected in relation to illegal acts falling under the scope of the Emergency Measures Act,” the RCMP order begins.

“Pursuant to the Emergency Economic Measures Order, under subsection 19(1) of the Emergencies Act, there is a duty to cease facilitating any transactions pertaining to the following cryptocurrency address(es).”

Trudeau’s officers list 29 Bitcoin addresses, 2 Ethereum, and 1 wallet each of Cardano, Monero, and Litecoin.

Each wallet has transacted somewhere between $0 and $1.1 million worth of digital assets.

“Any information about a transaction or proposed transaction in respect of these address(es), is to be disclosed immediately to the Commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, at CryptocurrencyNHQ-CryptomonnaieDG@rcmp-grc.gc.ca,” the RCMP pleaded.

While the police are eager to freeze any funds related to the Freedom Convoy, in all likelihood this digital cash is far beyond the reach of the Government of Canada.

Assuming the assets were stored outside of a regulated Canadian cryptocurrency exchange, the assets could easily be distributed to a “mixer,” an online tool that clouds the ability of law enforcement to identify Bitcoin of interest.

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