The Canadian soldier charged with speaking against federal vaccine mandates while wearing his uniform and who recently led a march to Ottawa is now facing a court martial.
Warrant Officer James Topp’s lawyer says the army reservist was recently notified that he will be allowed to have his case heard in a military court instead of by his chain of command.
Phillip Millar says the decision represents a second about-face after the military initially offered his client a court martial, only to rescind the offer and send his case to his unit commanders.
Topp was charged in February with two counts of conduct
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