There were tears shed by some in an Ottawa courtroom as one of the so-called Freedom Convoy protest organizers was granted bail. (File photo - The Canadian Press)
There were tears shed by some in an Ottawa courtroom as one of the so-called Freedom Convoy protest organizers was granted bail.
Pat King, wearing a plaid shirt and his hair in a long braid, nodded as the judge's reasons were handed down.
In the courtroom, supporters wearing T-shirts that said ``Free Pat King'' brought tissues to their eyes.
King will have to leave Ottawa in 24 hours to return to Alberta, where he will be required to live with a surety.
He's facing charges including mischief, intimidation, obstructing police and disobeying a court order.
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