North America

No Accountability Yet for Toronto G20 Police Crimes

July 5, 2010

Paul Jay: Until police and their political masters are held responsible under the criminal code, it can all happen again

I HAVE NO TRUST IN POLICE OR THE SYSTEM AFTER THIS

July 4, 2010
Testimony #4 from the G-20-Reports from witnesses and subjects of police actions

Toronto March Supports Independent Inquiry

July 2, 2010

Two thousand people march in downtown Toronto in support of a public inquiry of the G20 Summit policing

Torontonians Gather at Police HQ to Condemn Abuses

July 1, 2010

Toronto is just starting to deal with the aftermath of the events that took place during the G20 world leaders summit. For days, basic human rights protections were suspended, as police subjected people subjected to searches, excessive use of force, detention without due process, and other violations. Toronto Chief of Police has said the actions…

G20 The Shape Of Things To Come

June 29, 2010

The G-20 wrapped up its work in Toronto on Sunday, and sent a message. Part of that message was in a document, 27 pages of a little bit of something for everybody. They also sent a message through the Canadian police about how the countries of the G-20 might deal with opposition to their plans.…

G20 The Shape Of Things To Come

June 29, 2010

The G-20 wrapped up its work in Toronto on Sunday, and sent a message. Part of that message was in a document, 27 pages of a little bit of something for everybody. They also sent a message through the Canadian police about how the countries of the G-20 might deal with opposition to their plans.…

Could Police Repression at Toronto G-20 Happen Again?

June 29, 2010

Lawyers Paul Copeland and Howard Morton discuss the major review of police actions during the Toronto G-20 and if there has been accountability

Toronto police stand by and watch rampage

June 29, 2010

A photo Journalist describes his experience following the black block as they rampage through the streets of Toronto during the G20 Summit.