Video after video, photo after photo, story after story came pouring in this weekend about another friend or relative who had been unlawfully arrested, physically, and emotionally abused in Toronto.
A report back from the streets for Sunday June 27, 2010. Apparently, Sunday was payback day for the police.
I'm trying to find the words to describe what Toronto felt like yesterday and all I can think of is: Police State.
Most journalists interview the police. Then came questions in which the police accused rabble.ca of being connected to rioting.
Solidarity rally on Monday for those arrested at the G20 protests in Toronto.
Needs No Introduction
An interview with Kasari Govender, Legal Director of the West Coast Women's Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF).
On the streets in Toronto on Sunday June 27, 2010.
Among the leaders it has all been photo-ops and handshakes. Right now, the first plenary of the G20 is only just beginning with the official opening reception featuring leaders and wives.
If enough governments actually signed on to Harper's plan, which would have them slash their deficits in half by 2013, it would plunge humanity into a global depression.
If we have learned anything about Stephen Harper in the last few weeks, it's that he really knows how to throw money at a problem.