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Dozens of people are making the trek to a Toronto courthouse to bail out friends and family members arrested at Saturday's G20 riot.
Originally posted by nltkn
reply to post by LarryLove
i think it may be worth considering or thinking about who security could be?
in pittsburgh during the last (i think it was the last..) G20, the entire city was filled with security. to say it was alarming is an understatement. creepy scary police state looking alarming.
what was interesting was that none of the local policemen that i know worked security for the event. i thought it was very odd. you would think that every policeman and policewoman in a 60 mile radius of the city would be used full time + overtime during those couple of days. but they weren't.
it definitely made me question where security was coming from. and who security is. and where the money for security is coming from and going. and the security was obnoxious. over the top wasteful.
from what i saw it seemed like "security" was an entity that moved in and out of the city with an almost admirable organization and speed. it looked like the military almost but military are not allowed to police and arrest citizens, right? at least in the U.S. not sure how it works in Canada..