mamy oficjalnie w Kanadzie, wedlug koalicji na rzecz praw obywatelskich. Ja do tego dodalbym wieznia politycznego Kanady No 1, siedzacego za zgoda premiera Kanady pana Harpera w amerykanskim wiezieniu, pana Marc Emery. Lidera Kanadyjskiej Partii Marihuany + tysiace siedzacych w kanadyjskich wiezieniach za marihuane. To sa tez WIEZNIOWIE POLITYCZNI! Nie zapominajmy i o nich.
G20 security 'grotesque'
* Civil rights group calls for public inquiry into police actions during G20 protests * Says protesters are 'political prisoners' attacked for their views
The mass detention of people and widespread use of police force over the G20 summit weekend was a gross abuse of state power that demands an independent inquiry and the immediate release of "political prisoners," a civil-rights coalition said yesterday.
In addition, they said, those responsible for "one of the most grotesque public expressions of police brutality, intimidation and mass violation of civil liberties" need to be held to account.
Mark Calzavara, of the Council of Canadians, said police detained more than 1,000 people after some protesters broke windows and burned a few police cruisers.
"When the police are the ones that are breaking the law, that's when all of society has to really start to pay attention," Calzavara said. "That is a far greater crime."
While the vast majority of those detained were released without charge within 24 hours, about 250 people still face charges and more than a dozen remained in custody yesterday, according to the Movement Defence Committee.
The groups called for the release of those still incarcerated, saying the mass arrests amounted to criminalizing dissent. "These are political prisoners and they are being attacked for their views," said Chris Ramsaroop of the Asian-Canadian Labour Alliance.
Police did not immediately respond to a request for comment yesterday. However, they have defended their actions as necessary in light of the brief orgy of vandalism that occurred on the Saturday afternoon.
By the numbers
A coalition of various academic, legal and civil-rights groups are condemning the mass detentions of people during the Toronto G20 summit weekend. Some approximate numbers:
* Detained: 1,090
* Released at scene without charge: 113
* Arrested and released without charge within 24 hours: 714
* Arrested and still face charges: 250
* In custody: 16
THE CANADIAN PRESS (METRO, Tuesday, July 6, 2010).
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