Group seeks proof of alleged police brutality
An anti-G20 organization is calling for photos, videos and stories ofalleged police brutality to compile evidence of a “co-ordinatedconspiracy” during last month’s summit.
An anti-G20 organization is calling for photos, videos and stories of alleged police brutality to compile evidence of a “co-ordinated conspiracy” during last month’s summit.
Against a backdrop of six photos the group says demonstrate police brutality, the Toronto Community Mobilization Network — along with a representative from G20 street medics and two hurt protesters — called for the public’s help in amassing proof of violence against protesters.
“We are aware that the rogue officers displayed here and that we’re talking about today were not acting alone,” said Farrah Miranda, spokesperson for the group.
“They were part of a coordinated conspiracy by police chiefs and politicians.”
Information will be used to produce a report calling for firings and charges for the “masterminds” they deem responsible for alleged intimidation, poor conditions in detention, laws limiting rights and more.