Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Public Inquiry needed into Policing at the G20 Summit

Issues that make it imperative we have a Public Inquiry:

  • Where did the $750,000,000 of the $1billion allotted for policing go that is unaccounted for in the public record?
  • The use of illegal assembly pronouncements in public parks where people were gathering to march in permitted marches.
  • The repeal of the "Public Works Protection Act", a law enacted during the second world war (1939) to protect public institutions from German agents used over the weekend to search and detain - without probable cause.

Here's Paul Jays' "TORONTO G-20 - THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME" piece:

More at The Real News

I'll second that motion!

Please republish this anywhere you see fit.


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