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G20 officer: ‘This ain’t Canada right now’

Nicole Baute
Toronto Star

A G20 incident caught on video that shows a York Regional Police officer telling a protester he is no longer in Canada and has no civil rights is under investigation.

The video shows several activists standing outside of the G20 security perimeter at King St. W. and University Ave. on June 27 while their bags are searched by a group of police officers. The mood is pleasant until a young man in a black T-shirt and cap refuses to hand over his backpack.

Just outside the St. Andrew subway station, a male York Regional Police officer wraps one arm around the protester and tells him: “You don’t get a choice, get moving.”

“Why are you grabbing me, man?” says the unidentified protester, who in another G20 video gives a brief monologue about animal rights. “I didn’t do anything.”

The male protester insists that, as a Canadian, he has the right to refuse the search. But the officer disagrees.

“This ain’t Canada right now,” he says.

Read More : The Star.com(Canada)

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Posted by jayfromeire on Jan 23 2011. Filed under News, The Real News, Videos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

1 Comment for “G20 officer: ‘This ain’t Canada right now’”

  1. arcanjo7

    It’s the North American Union…bye, bye Canada!!

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