As part of TRNN's commitment to provide us a 'Longview' - part of their promise to provide in-depth coverage and analysis of current events - on the 1st anniversary of the 2010 G20 Summit Toronto, The Real New Network, has produced several pieces on the extraordinary Police clamp down on lawful dissent that infamous weekend - and investigated what comeuppance, if any, authorities have had to face.
This Series is likely to continue. Bookmark the RSS feed, or whatever method you use to flag items - via the Series Home Page address: Hell No" - Your Right to Dissent Series Home Page at TRNN - here.
Below is a copy of the TRNN Home Page for the Series. Each headline links back to the TRNN video at the TRNN website.
"Hell No" - Your Right to Dissent
August 8, 2011:
|HRW: Obama broke law not prosecuting Bush & Cheney|
Michael Ratner: Prosecution of Bush Cheney and Rumsfeld will have to be done in other countries as Obama has refused to pursue it
|"Hell No" - Your Right to Dissent|
Michael Ratner: There is a North America-wide strategy to take away the right to mass protest
|Toronto G-20: Denying Civil Rights is a Crime|
Paul Jay: Responsibility for G-20 "Days of Infamy" mainly RCMP and Federal Gov.