Quote: Originally Posted by AnnaG
Hundreds of news people were arrested? I didn't see anything in my search about ANY news people being arrested let alone hundreds.
No, people in general. I misread his question.
"Officers made more than 900 arrests linked to the summit in the past 10 days, Jillian Van Acker, a representative of the G20 Integrated Security Unit, said Monday. However, early on Saturday morning, police said they had arrested a total of 32 people, meaning that close to 900 were arrested during the weekend alone."
Police beat journalist covering G20: report"
Freelance journalist Jesse Rosenfeld says police beat him Saturday night in Toronto as he covered a G20 demonstration.
A second journalist who witnessed the incident said it was "not a great night for democracy."
Steve Paikin, host of TVO's The Agenda
public affairs show, was watching protesters on a downtown Toronto street, the Esplanade, on Saturday night.
In a message posted on Twitter, Paikin wrote that the demonstration was peaceful. "It was like an old sit-in. No one was aggressive, and yet riot squad officers moved in."
Police told him to leave, and "as I was escorted away from the demonstration, I saw two officers hold a journalist."
"The journalist identified himself as working for the Guardian," Paikin tweeted. "He talked too much and pissed the police off. Two officers held him. A third punched him in the stomach. Totally unnecessary. The man collapsed. Then the third officer drove his elbow into the man's back."
Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2010/...#ixzz0sBR7h2D4"
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmack
Great pic Durka!
The NWO ROCKS!
They were kinda smiling in that pic, not so much when the tear gas started flying. That's when I got the f out.