We start the report with a call-out from Canadian doctors and medical students to oppose the changes to coverage for refugees, then talk about the proposed artic-drone spyplane, before reading a demand for justice for injured migrant workers. We also join the call to stop the execution of Canadian Hamid Ghassemi-Shall in Iran.
We have updates from political prisoner Mandy Hiscoks, and highlight a petition to overturn the 10-year sentences imposed on 10 Italian organisers who were swept up in fascist era laws during the 2001 g8 meetings in Genoa, Italy.
Then, as the bombing conspiracy cases against 6 anarchists in chile are dropped, the final of the target of the Toronto G20 "main conspiracy" case, and [email protected] radio co-host Alex Hundert, is set to be sentenced to 20+ months in prison (minus time served so 13.5 months), -- he calls out to support Indigenous land defenders with the same tenacity as g20 defendants (and thanks his supporters, friends, and family).
Finally, a G20 Report on Massive Police Infighting Revealed from the Toronto Media Co-op, and the announcement of #julianichim's $4-million lawsuit against Toronto cops, undercover pigs and dishonest crowns.
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