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Yesterday, a Superior Court Judge decided there was no evidence Byron Sonne meant to cause harm. He was acquitted of all charges, including possessing explosive substances, laid against him a few days before the G-20 Summit. For his part, Sonne always maintained his innocence saying he only intended to test the security system. Shortly after the acquittal, he spoke with CBC Toronto reporter Dave Seglins.
Listen audio (runs 5:26)

For the full interview, go to CBC News Toronto.
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