Paul Jay: Was the Prime Minister the hidden hand behind the G20 fiasco in Toronto?

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JAY: Superintendent McNeil told his hometown paper, The Cape Breton Post, quote, “‘We have the ability through our video feed to see everything that is going on.’ There are even helicopters and planes providing video feed. ‘We can see them from the air, we can see them from the ground, if there’s anyone trying to interfere, we would see that.'” Well, we know the police had infiltrated the black bloc. Now, we know the cameras could see everywhere. So why couldn’t the police defend their own vehicles? Was this part of a plan? Or a lack of available resources, as the police have said? Only a public inquiry can answer this question. Television images of police cars ablaze set the stage for mass arrests.

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TheRealNews | July 07, 2010

Paul Jay: Was the Prime Minister the hidden hand behind the G20 fiasco in Toronto?

WHO GAVE THE G20 COMMANDER HIS COMMANDS?

see

Your Rights Can Disappear In A Snap by Paul Jay

Howard Morton: There is evidence the police infiltrated “Black Bloc” + Steve Paikin on police attack against peaceful protest

In the Aftermath of the G20: Reflections on Strategy, Tactics and Militancy by Ritch Whyman

Naomi Klein: There has been a very powerful attack on freedom of expression in this country

Torontonians gather at police HQ to condemn abuses + Police State Canada Testimonies

more videos:

IT WAS TRAUMATIZING TO EXPERIENCE THAT I HAVE NO RIGHTS…

I HAVE NO TRUST IN POLICE OR THE SYSTEM AFTER THIS

I WAS NOWHERE NEAR THE “RED ZONE”

THEY HAD US CORNERED, THERE WAS NOWHERE WE COULD GO

WE ASKED THEM FOR MERCY… THEY LAUGHED AT US

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