U.S. anti-government website hosted in Montreal banned and removed from servers

U.S. anti-government website hosted in Montreal banned

A U.S. anti-government website which was promoting armed protest in the United States before the presidential inauguration was removed off the internet. A Montreal Based company was hosting the website on servers that were located in Montreal.

The website was called Tree of Liberty and said they were the press platform for the Boogaloo movement. The Boogaloo followers are extreme radical gun advocates who have ideals of a Civil War in America known as the Boogaloo.

Tree of Liberty website has been hosted in Montreal since September 2020 on Montreal servers owned by OVH, a multinational cloud computing company that holds its head office in France.

A large number of Boogaloo radicals have been charged with violent offences such as murder, attempted murder and opening fire on police officers.

Other social media companies have banned Boogaloo since this past summer. Social media giants have also banned any related accounts with Boogaloo-related search words.

TREE of Liberty’s URL is down and no longer live.

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