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Peter Rosenthal | Among the many things we'll never know in the aftermath of the Toronto G20 is how a political defence would have affected the trial of those charged in "the main conspiracy" case.
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Gerry Caplan | This is the first anniversary of the weekend from hell when Canada hosted the G8 and G20 summits. On a variety of fronts we became a role model other nations will study for years to come.
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CLAC-Montréal | The judicial circus targeting political opponents persists as police crimes go unpunished.
Podcast
Meagan Perry | In this podcast: What can progressives do in a Conservative majority Canada? A challenge for rabble.ca's next ten years. Jaggi Singh at his trial. Some old opera from the Ruckus. Happy summer all!
Podcast
Carmelle Wolfson, Meghan Murphy | On April 28, activist Jaggi Singh pleaded guilty to urging people to take down the G20 summit fence in Toronto last June. This interview was recorded by Carmelle Wolfson following his guilty plea.
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Anita Krajnc | In this short video, activists rally in solidarity for Jaggi Singh. His trial took place at Toronto's Old City Hall on Thursday, April 28.
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Carmelle Wolfson | Carmelle Wolfson was in court as activist Jaggi Singh pleaded guilty to 'counselling to commit mischief ' by calling for the G20 fence in Toronto to be torn down. Guilt lies elsewhere, she believes.
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Krystalline Kraus | G20 defendant Jaggi Singh faces six months for counselling to commit mischief charges after challenging fellow G20 activists to tear down the security fence on June 24, 2011.
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Krystalline Kraus | The next court apperance for Jaggi Singh as he fights his conspiracy charges.
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John Bonnar | In an email interview, Jaggi Singh discusses the reasons why he is challenging his restrictive bail conditions in the Ontario Superior Court on Wednesday at 361 University Avenue in Toronto.