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G20 police used undercover men to incite crowds

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posted on May, 10 2009 @ 12:10 PM
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An MP who was involved in last month's G20 protests in London is to call for an investigation into whether the police used agents provocateurs to incite the crowds.

Liberal Democrat Tom Brake says he saw what he believed to be two plain-clothes police officers go through a police cordon after presenting their ID cards.

Brake, who along with hundreds of others was corralled behind police lines near Bank tube station in the City of London on the day of the protests, says he was informed by people in the crowd that the men had been seen to throw bottles at the police and had encouraged others to do the same shortly before they passed through the cordon.



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posted on May, 10 2009 @ 12:22 PM
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Good luck with their investigation. If the people were officers, the police will lie and say the people weren't officers. Something like this really needs video evidence, and not just given to the police for 'internal investigation'. It would need to be released to as many news channels as possible so it couldn't be suppressed.



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 12:50 PM
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Provocateurs are everywhere, they are the only hope for the current civilizations path.

Now if somebody finds a provocateur, and asks them a few questions, then that would be an interesting interview.



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 01:12 PM
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if your cryptic statement reads:

False Flag Agent Provocateurs are the only hope for the PTB to retain a semblance of justified use of force in order to maintain the status quo

then i'll have to ask you why one would actually embrace such a type of *order* and how anyone could defend both , the use and the users of such manipulation in conjunction with violence unless they had a cushy thug's job themselves.

PS: your 'interview' is irrelevant, surveillance is the only means by which one can uncover the hierarchy. when that's been done to reasonable depth, gettting to the roots, so to speak, can 'interviews' yield anything. such an interview should again be done without knowledge of the target, of course - for best results.



posted on May, 12 2009 @ 06:05 AM
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did anybody expect an answer?

why, he's just 'in the know' or wants to believe he is. in fact all of this smacks of desperation, or do you honestly believe that your true enemies will be honest about it? the use of agent provocateurs just says they love violence. that's it, anything else is just fancy dressing, excuses and contrived justification can be found in any case given enough time.



posted on May, 12 2009 @ 06:19 AM
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People in the press must know plenty of those people. The press only report on what they allowed too.



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