G20 Toronto Riots perpetrated by Agents Provocateurs of the Police

Two weeks after the G20 protests in Toronto it is becoming more and more apparent that what many of us suspected is indeed true: the June 26 ‘violence’ (i.e. property damage and police-car fires) was most likely perpetrated by agents provocateurs of the police.

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Outraged protesters rally against police

Female protesters strip searched by male officers, detainee says

Police followed protesters through downtown streets once more Monday as about 1,000 people rallied against alleged police brutality and the detention of people without charge during the G20 summit.

The crowd buzzed with talk of conditions in the Eastern Ave. detention centre: cramped and filthy cells, mismanagement and disorganized paperwork, lack of food, water and toilet paper, and denial of legal aid and access to lawyers.

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‘Weapons’ seized in G20 arrests not what they seem.

In a seriously failed attempt to make themselves look good after the G20 in Toronto this week, police put on a display for journalists of what they seized during the summit..

GlobeandMail reports:
Julian Falconer, a Toronto lawyer representing four independent journalists in summit-related police complaints, called the display of unrelated objects a “public-relations exercise [that] borders on the absurd.”

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The Toronto G20 Riot Fraud: Undercover Police engaged in Purposeful Provocation

Toronto is right now in the midst of a massive government / media propaganda fraud. As events unfold, it is becoming increasingly clear that the 'Black Bloc' are undercover police operatives engaged in purposeful provocations to eclipse and invalidate legitimate G20 citizen protest by starting a riot. Government agents have been caught doing this before in Canada.

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Are Cameras the New Guns?

In response to a flood of Facebook and YouTube videos that depict police abuse, a new trend in law enforcement is gaining popularity. In at least three states, it is now illegal to record any on-duty police officer.

Even if the encounter involves you and may be necessary to your defense, and even if the recording is on a public street where no expectation of privacy exists

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You are free... to do as we tell you.

Texas cops mistake actual weed for marijuana, spend hours doing yard work

......discovered cache of plants, initially pegged by officials speaking to local news as "one of the largest marijuana plant seizures in the police department's history," turned out to be a relatively common prairie flower of little significance.

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Tax dollars at work ;-)

Police remove David Cameron 'wanker' poster

A man who placed a poster of David Cameron containing the word "wanker" in his window has described how police handcuffed him in his home on election day, threatened him with arrest, and forcibly removed what they said was offensive campaign literature.

David Hoffman, 63, said police went "completely over the top" when they visited his home in Bow, east London, and demanded he take down the poster, which had been fixed to his window for weeks.

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Cops Shoot Child’s Dog 7 Times After Finding Marijuana In Family Home

SWAT team breaks into home, fires seven rounds at family’s pit bull and corgi (?!) as a seven-year-old looks on.

They found a “small amount” of marijuana, enough for a misdemeanor charge. The parents were then charged with child endangerment.

WTF ?!?!?!

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Switched on Gardener Raided ?

Right ahead of J-Day, and just before the submissions due on the Misuse of Drugs Act 1975, a large police operation targeting suppliers of gardening equipment has been undertaken, rumor has it, this is the Switched on Gardener:

If anything, this only further provides evidence that legislation providing for responsible personal use, of a herb needs to be considered, which... sounds crazy I know...

If you are tired of this ridiculous law, which only persecutes people for exercising their right to travel within their own consciousness, prohibits spiritual or religious freedoms, ruins careers and travel opportunities by labeling them criminals, and locking them in a cage...

Police criticised for staging mock burglaries

It was meant to be an imaginative way of hammering home the message that some householders are making life too easy for burglars. But police were under fire today after admitting they had been sneaking into people's homes through open doors and windows and gathering up their valuables into "swag" bags.

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-- This is just too weird...

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