SHOULD THERE BE A PUBLIC INQUIRY INTO POLICE ACTIONS AT THE G20 SUMMIT:
The movement for a public inquiry into police actions at the recent G20 summit is growing and coming to embrace many segments of Canadian society. The basic fact is that the police refused to intervene in a mini-riot of less than 100 people but later used this incident as an excuse to go on a massive arrest binge, ending up with over 1000 peaceful protesters in custody, many of them arrested in midnight raids when they were not protesting at all. There has been great public questioning about why a riot was allowed to happen with even 3 abandoned police cars as "bait" while only people unconnected with the riot were arrested. What do you think ? Surely I've missed something in my questionnaire. If you think that another response should be added please give it as a comment below.