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Rumours about the Black Bloc

[copy of an email i sent rabble.ca]

Peter's G20 story: 'My Canada was a free country'

| July 12, 2010
Kristen Hanson

Chelsea's G20 arrest story

| July 9, 2010

'State of Emergency' video calls for G20 public inquiry

Video slideshow, "State of Emergency," features photos from the Toronto streets during G20 protests and calls for a public inquiry to review police conduct. Lyrics by B.C.-based DJ YukMC.

Toronto's geography played a role in G20 mayhem

| July 8, 2010

Did you see these G20 'provocateurs'?

Humberto Da Silva captured three possible 'agent provocateurs' taking part in vandalizing a police cruiser last Saturday at anti-summit protests in Toronto. In the video one person trashes the cruiser with his face in plain view, the second has his jacket completely zipped up to conceal what could be a hand gun, and the third changes the cruiser siren and then parades around with an unlit cigarette asking people in the crowd for a light. Who are these people? 

Murray Dobbin

Is this what a police state looks like?

| June 30, 2010

Recent Protests in Greece

Not sure if any of you are following this:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/06/29/masked-protesters-clash-w_n_629...

Thought it may be interesting to discuss in light of g20 protests.

I apologise in advance to the moderators if there is a thread on this already, or if I misplaced this forum topic.

 

 

Naomi Klein to police: 'Don't play public relations, do your goddamned job!'

After the widely condemned police brutality during the G20 Summit in Toronto, crowds gathered for a protest in front of Police Headquarters in Toronto on Monday, June 28, 2010. There, Naomi Klein tore into the Toronto Police for choosing to "play public relations" instead of doing their job.

Filmed by Tor Sandberg.

Watch: Judy Rebick reminds us why protest is powerful and necessary

After the widely condemned police brutality during the G20 Summit in Toronto, crowds gathered for a protest in front of Police Headquarters in Toronto on Monday, June 28, 2010. There, Judy Rebick gave a brief history of protest in Canada and reminded us why it is important.

(Please forgive the poor camera framing at some points -- a CBC security/body guard was not playing very nice.)

Filmed by Tor Sandberg.

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