All out against police brutality!

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Friday March 9th 2012 - This show features an #ACAB Smash the State report looking at the international day against #policebrutality, including the No One Is Illegal - Toronto's call out, a report back from the action in Kitchener and a recorded interview by Aaron Lakoff of CKUT with journalist and activist Stefan Christoff from the Montreal demo.

We also look into a huge increase in unnessary house raids in B.C., and some #G20toronto legal updates, including more from lawyer Davin Charney of the Centre for Police Accountability - http://c4pa.ca

for more on the kitchener action #ACAB action check http://julianichim.wordpress.co

More about the student strike on http://montreal.mediacoop.ca

This podcast is part of a 2 hour weekly radio Show AW@L Radio on Friday's 16:00018:00 on 100.3 CKMS Waterloo Ontario - http://soundfm.ca

http://peaceculture.org/drupal/radio/aw@lradio-2012-03-16.mp3

 

 

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