"Two days in June" (G20 revisited) - Part 1

Living Out Loud

The G20 summit of 2010 is back in the news. Last week a new and comprehensive report was released which led to fresh charges and renewed calls for a full public inquiry. It contains details of unlawful arrests, incidents where police used excessive force and cases of clear Charter rights violations. We hear from the author of this new report and the Toronto police chief. And we follow the story of one man who was caught up in the chaos and violence. "I wasn't an activist before G20" says Tommy Taylor, "but they've made me an activist now." In Part 1 Tommy Taylor describes how he and his girlfriend were peacefully protesting, then arrested and taken to a makeshift detention centre.

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