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The Canadian Civil Liberties Association called for a public inquiry Tuesday into security operations at the G-20 and G-8 summits, which resulted in the largest mass arrests in Canadian history and included the use of tear gas and rubber bullets on protesters.
"We have police brutality, illegal searches, arbitrary detentions, people being asked all sorts of questions and being harassed," Nathalie Des Rosiers, general council for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, said Tuesday. "It's unconstitutional, it's illegal and it should not happen."