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?
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.
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.
My city feels like a crime scene and the criminals are all melting into the night, fleeing the scene. No, I'm not talking about the kids in black who smashed windows and burned cop cars on Saturday.
I'm talking about the heads of state who, on Sunday night, smashed social safety nets and burned good jobs in the middle of a recession. Faced with the effects of a crisis created by the world's wealthiest and most privileged strata, they decided to stick the poorest and most vulnerable people in their countries with the bill.
Elena Smith was caught in the mass arrests outside the Novatel building. Let out at 3 a.m., approximately 28 hours after her arrest, Smith reveals she was never able to call somebody and was subjected to cramped and freezing conditions inside.
After the crowd stops to sing "Oh Canada" during a a peaceful G20 protest at Queen and Spadina, Toronto police charge.
June 26th 2010, 25,000 people march peacefully through the streets of Toronto. Any attempt to march closer to the fence and red zone is blocked by police. Dave Coles, president of the Communications Energy and Paperworkers Union, warns police not to move on peaceful protesters.
Film by Manly Media.