Should the Toronto police be charged due to their behavior at the G20 summit?
were they out of line or was their behavior justified?
They should not only be charged , but the people should ask for a refund of their taxes for having paid over 1 billion dollars on the security.
The police should be charged for every crime that they committed; also, there should be a full refund to the people for security; the rich bastards that attended the summit should have paid for that.
the cost of the summit and what the police did was not only two different groups but one was caused by the federal government and one by the municipal. The cost of the summit was absurd but that has nothing to do with the behavior of the police.
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