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Anti-G20 activists accuse spy agency, police of intimidation tactics

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posted on Jun, 9 2010 @ 11:37 AM
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Anti-G20 activists accuse spy agency, police of intimidation tactics


www.metronews.ca

TORONTO - Canadian security agents and police have been harassing and intimidating grass-roots activists in an effort to stifle legitimate opposition to this month's G20 summit in downtown Toronto, community groups said Tuesday.
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posted on Jun, 9 2010 @ 11:37 AM
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The groups said they had tracked 28 incidents over the past three months in which security officials or police had contacted organizers at home or work, showed up at their meetings, or followed them around their neighbourhoods.

Some agents accused organizers of being "un-Canadian" or of supporting violence, the activists said, adding they would not be silenced by the tactics.

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Canada is obviously going to clamp down hard on protestors at this year's PTB festivities. I started a thread here, titled "Toronto police unveil security tools", about the $1 billion dollars spent on the security apparatus. It is clear that they mean business.

We are seeing our governments clamp down more and more on protestors of their policies. Now, if this news is indeed accurate, we may see the worst of it in Canada.

--airspoon

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[edit on 9-6-2010 by airspoon]



 
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