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  • Shawn Brant’s Preliminary Inquiry Begins : Law Union of Ontario
    is contrary to normal practice for a defence lawyer Rosenthal argued against the Crown s motion of having a publication ban put in place during the inquiry Typically the accused in a case asks for a ban on publicity during preliminary inquiries â a move the judge is required to grant if sought by the defence Crown attorney Robert Morrison said the Brant matter was an emotional type of case and a ban must be enacted in order to protect the integrity of jury selection if the matter is to go to trial Rosenthal meanwhile said the Crown presented all sorts of inflammatory evidence during the two previous bail hearings which didn t have any bans on content To argue for a publication ban now given that is a bit odd he said In handing down his decision to enact a ban Fournier said any informationpresented during a bail review has no consequence I do have a responsibility to protect the integrity of this process Security tight as inquiry opens Mohawk activist Shawn Brant accused of mischief breaching bail Frank Armstrong Local news Tuesday August 28 2007 00 00 http www thewhig com webapp sitepages content asp contentid 671085 catname Local 20news classif A preliminary inquiry for a Mohawk activist accused of mischief and breaching his bail conditions by leading two railway blockades and disrupting traffic on Highway 401 earlier this year began yesterday Shawn Brant 43 faces nine criminal charges in relation to thedisruptions one in April in the Napanee area and three in June in the Deseronto area Mohawks and their supporters ran a 30 hour blockade on the CN Rail tracks in Napanee on April 20 to protest the operation of a gravel quarry on land subject to negotiations between the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte and the federal government They blocked the CN tracks again on June 28 and 29 as part of a national aboriginal day of action on June 29 to bring attention to problems faced in First Nations communities such as poor water quality poverty and high youth suicide rates They blocked Highway 2 near Deseronto and forced police to close off a stretch of Highway 401 Security was unusually tight at yesterday s hearing in Napanee Court Spectators and witnesses entering the court had their bags searched and about six uniformed OPP officers guarded the stairs and waiting area outside the courtroom The officers also made people turn out their pockets and swept a metal detector over each person Peter Rosenthal Brant s Toronto lawyer pointed out that unlike his client s last court appearance when more than 100 supporters attended a failed bail application few of Brant s supporters came to court for him yesterday Rosenthal said they were too intimidated to show up after the Aug 10 hearing when spectators were made to show photo ID and provide their date of birth and were videotaped doing so He accused police of abusing their authority while conducting security Security is

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  • News : Law Union of Ontario
    ways to prevent the implementation of this bill and stop Harper s unjust law and order agenda Thursday January 17 Beit Zatoun 612 Markham St just south of Bloor Toronto ON 6 30 8 30 pm Featured speakers Jules Koostachin Elizabeth Fry Society Toronto the omnibus bill s impact on the over criminalization and over incarceration of Aboriginal peoples especially Aboriginal women Annika Ollner PASAN implications of the bill for prisoners including overall increases in Prison populations and changes to prisoners rights Mike Leitold Law Union of Ontario overview of the omnibus bill s changes to the criminal laws and the Law Union s resistance to date Light refreshments will be provided ASL and child care will be available Please email tao 48 hours before the event if you require these services PLEASE NOTE there are two series of steps into the building A ramp system is available Washrooms are in the basement down a flight of stairs If you re interested in assisting in the advertising of this event posters are attached to this message and can be downloaded using the link below Hosted by the Law Union of Ontario s Prison Justice Committee 2012 Annual General Meeting Oct 11 2012 10 01 1 Oct 2012 Categories Announcements The Law Union of Ontario will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Thursday October 11 from 6 30pm 8 30pm at Friends House 60 Lowther Avenue Toronto Ontario Click here for a map The meeting room entrance is at the rear of the house on the west side For wheelchair access enter from the meeting parking lot on Bedford Road Come hear about the Law Union s successes over the past year and help chart the way forward Please bring your ideas for new projects as well as ways to

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  • News : Law Union of Ontario
    to hold the police accountable for their wrongful actions and get compensation and justice for any wrong done to you you may have to take action immediately The deadline for taking legal action with respect to many of the claims arising from the G20 Summit will be June 26 or June 27 2012 If you miss the deadline you may lose your legal right to sue Deadlines for filing a police complaint or a human rights application have already expired but you can still sue the police You can sue the police in either the Small Claims Court if you are seeking monetary compensation up to 25 000 or in the Superior Court if you want to claim a greater amount or ask the Court to do something other than order payment of money You should get advice from a lawyer immediately if you are considering taking legal action and want to make sure that you don t miss the deadlines Some lawyers who will provide a free one half hour consultation about G20 legal claims are listed on pages 87 88 of the Law Union of Ontario s Post G20 Action Guide www lawunion ca g20guide For more information please see the flier Law Union of Ontario Expression of Solidarity With Québec Students 2012 05 30 30 May 2012 Categories Criminal News LUO Letter to Premier Charest The enclosed letter was sent to Premier Jean Charest and several government ministers on May 30 2012 May 30 2012 The Honourable Jean CharestPremier Government of Québec Édifice Honoré Mercier 835 boul René Lévesque Est 3e étage Québec Quebec GIA 1B4 Dear Premier Charest The Law Union of Ontario expresses solidarity with the students in Québec who continue to protest the tuition increase and more broadly the austerity measures that are being effected throughout Canada The student demonstrations in Québec have sparked widespread discussion on the accessibility of education The tuition increase proposed by the Charest government comes from the view that the current method of funding post secondary education is fiscally unsustainable and that individual students should bear the burden of their education This view heavily deviates from the goal of democratizing post secondary education identified by he Parent Commission and results in a number of unwanted repercussions including the exclusion of equity groups that cannot afford a post secondary degree The red squares that many of us wear in solidarity of the student movement signify the impact that the proposed increase will have on student debt it will leave students carrément dans le rouge squarely n the red and will trap students in years of debt Further we recognize that the demonstrations are part of the greater struggle opposing neoliberal austerity measures that are being proposed and implemented by various Canadian governments The tuition increases bursary cuts and additional efforts to encourage donations from individuals and businesses are all part of the neo liberal discourse of privatization The Charest government s proposals are indeed consonant with the way neoliberalism operates

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  • News : Law Union of Ontario
    that generally speaking or on occasion a service does use torture then that will have clear implications for the way in which we assess the information MR WALDMAN Are you telling me that if the Department of State of the United States and its Human Rights Reports says that these countries engage in torture you are still going to say â œIâ m not sure that they doâ Is that your position Is your position then that â œI am going to close my eyes to torture until I see the person putting the electric cattle prods on the individualâ Is that your position sir MR ELCOCK I didnâ t say that was my position at all I just said that MR WALDMAN You just said that I thought you just said that You said that â œI donâ t know if these countries engage in torture I read the reportsâ I asked you if you read the Department of State report and you said â œI didâ Do you believe that Syria engages in torture sir MR ELCOCK The fact of those reports is simply that they allege that Syria or other countries use torture That is not necessarily MR WALDMAN I am asking you if THE COMMISSIONER Mr Waldman do let him finish Let him finish the answer and then you can ask the next question MR WALDMAN I am just asking you â Iâ m not asking you whether THE COMMISSIONER He was MR WALDMAN I am asking you a personal question sir what your opinion is which is highly relevant As a Director of CSIS do you believe that Syria engages in torture having read the Department of State reports a simple yes or no MR ELCOCK I have seen the reports I can suspect that Syrian may engage in torture I have no confirmation of that one way or the other MR WALDMAN I am not asking a confirmation I am asking you your belief based upon the reports the Amnesty International the Special Rapporteur on Torture from the United Nations the Department of State they all say that Syria engages in torture in interrogation of people Iâ m asking you whether you believe that Syria engages in torture It is a simple yes or no question Are you going to give it to me MR ELCOCK It is not a simple yes or no question MR WALDMAN Why not Why isnâ t your belief MR ELCOCK Because all of those documents simply provide conclusions I have no knowledge as to the background of those documents the evidence that they rely on or anything else MR WALDMAN This is really MR ELCOCK So I canâ t make any conclusion on the basis of those documents except that they provide an indicator to us that some services may indeed use torture MR WALDMAN Okay This is really fascinating You just have spent the whole day telling us about how intelligence operations work You put together little pieces of a puzzle and you reach a conclusion Isnâ t that correct MR ELCOCK Yes MR WALDMAN At a certain point you form an opinion that something is happening Is that correct MR ELCOCK Thatâ s true MR WALDMAN So I am asking you a simple question You have read these documents you know how these services work you know the societies Iâ m asking you to put the pieces of the puzzle together and to give me an opinion Does Syria engage in torture yes or no Why can you do it with respect to Sunni extremists or whatever as you identify them or other people but you are not willing to do it about a foreign State from whom you receive information MR ELCOCK The reality of our investigations is MR WALDMAN Sorry I donâ t want to interrupt you MR ELCOCK We carry out investigations of individuals and or of people who may be regarded as a threat to the security of Canada At the end of the day the issue of whether or not a service indulges in torture or not is something we can investigate it is something simply on which we can collect enough information in order to be in a position to assess the quality of that service the reliability of that service whether or not they do use torture in their investigations and whether or not we should be alive to those possibilities in receiving any information from any service like that if we had a relationship with such a service MR WALDMAN But at the end of the day isnâ t it highly relevant that you form an opinion as to whether a particular service engages in torture so that you can determine the reliability of the information of that service MR ELCOCK It is not necessary that I necessarily form that opinion It may be that it will be crucial in terms of the exchange of information that those who make the decisions on a day to day basis to send information have that and that we have worked with the Department of Foreign Affairs to make sure we have a view of those issues MR WALDMAN But arenâ t you the person who is responsible for determining whether or not we get into arrangements Didnâ t you just testify earlier today that it was your responsibility to decide whether we get into arrangements and you are the one who made the ultimate decision MR ELCOCK In terms of entering into an arrangement the Minister has ultimately to consent to those arrangements and I make that recommendation to the Minister MR WALDMAN So you donâ t think it is relevant in the context of that that you form an opinion as to whether a State engages in torture when you advise the Minister MR ELCOCK That would be an issue which we would put before the Minister if there were any concerns with respect to the human rights record of a country that we were proposing to enter into a relationship with MR WALDMAN But are you telling me that when you make a recommendation to the Minister about an information sharing with letâ s say hypothetically Syria MR ELCOCK At the end of the day if I make the recommendation to the Minister I am making the recommendation to the Minister that we enter into an arrangement with a country because it is essential to protecting Canadian security that we do so MR WALDMAN But I think the Director requires you to take into account the Human Rights Record MR ELCOCK We balance a lot of things including the Human Rights Record of the country in question to the best of our ability to know something about it MR WALDMAN If you are going to balance that how can you balance that if you donâ t form an opinion about Syria or any other country whether they engage in torture I just find it rather shocking that you are going to enter into an agreement with a foreign State when you acknowledge that there is all this documentation out there that says they engage in torture and you donâ t form an opinion as to whether they engage in torture Is that your evidence today MR ELCOCK You asked me if I had an opinion about whether Syria engaged in torture I canâ t offer you that opinion But the reality is when I make a recommendation to the Minister in respect of any country then obviously we have balanced all of the concerns including the Human Rights Record of the country involved and ultimately if we recommended to the Minister we have recommended to the Minister because it is important in our view in terms of Canadaâ s security to secure that relationship in order to share information if we can with that service MR WALDMAN You are reluctant to talk about Syria because you donâ t want to acknowledge that Syria might have entered am I reading you right that you donâ t want to acknowledge that you might have made a recommendation to the Minister and found that Syria engaged in torture â â MR WALDMAN I donâ t know if I got an answer to this question To your knowledge do we have foreign agreements with countries that according to your assessments when you make the recommendation to the Minister engage in torture MR ELCOCK We may well have arrangements with countries that we suspect may engage in torture I doubt very much whether we could ever know for sure whether they engage in torture There is a difference MR WALDMAN What steps do you do to find out whether a country engages in torture or not beside reading the Department of State reports MR ELCOCK We would look at those We would look at any independent information we have received from other sources â â MR WALDMAN Would you agree with me that the United States engages in torture in order to obtain information MR ELCOCK I have no knowledge of that Based on a review of the evidence of Mr Elcock I concluded that Mr Elcock seemed prepared to receive information from any country without regard to whether the country engages in torture Memorandum re Evidence Obtained by Torture In support of our argument to exclude the evidence obtained from Abu Zubaida we filed an 11 page memorandum relying on the United Nations Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment and Section 269 of the Criminal Code We argued that anything obtained from Abu Zubaida should not be admitted The CSIS response was expressed in oral submissions by Mr Mathieson and at paragraph 2 of their Factum It is the position of the Respondents that the Applicant has adduced no proof on the balance of probabilities that evidence obtained from Abu Zubaida was obtained as a result of torture such that it should be excluded from the consideration of the reasonableness of the certificate CSIS called no evidence and filed no material on the issue of the treatment of Abu Zubaida I submitted to Justice Dawson that based on the material we had filed with the Court and what was in effect an â œadmission by silenceâ by CSIS failing to file any material that we had established on the balance of probabilities that Abu Zubaida had been tortured by the Americans or their proxies Justice Dawsonâ s Decision The decision of Justice Dawson may be found at the Federal Court website http www fct cf gc ca The decision was released on March 22nd 2005 The docket number is DES 4 02 The citation number is 2005 FC 393 In regard to the information obtained from Abu Zubaida Justice Dawson dealt with that from paragraph 115 to 121 She concluded that issue as follows I believe it to be an appropriate exercise of the discretion given to the Court by subsection 78 j of the Act to conclude that this material the material from Abu Zubaida all of it hearsay and to some extent speculation does raise significant concern about the methods used to interrogate Abu Zubaida For the reasons set out below Justice Dawson found that it was not necessary to reach to a conclusion as to whether Abu Zubaida was tortured by the Americans or their proxies 122 In this case there is an additional pressing concern surrounding the information obtained from Mr Abu Zubaida Setting aside the issue of torture or mistreatment the Court has no evidence before it as to what it was that Mr Abu Zubaida said or in what circumstance This information is required in order for the Court to assess the weight to be given to the information The concern is aptly illustrated by the following portion of Mr Harkat s counsel s final argument I spent a fair bit of time talking to the Media in regard to this but what I have mostly said is If they said to Abu Zubaida in whatever circumstances he is Did you know a short Algerian guy a little bit heavy set walks with a limp was connected to the FIS ran a guest house in Peshawar for mujahideen going to Chechnya and he said yes in my submission that is virtually worthless as evidence particularly all the more so if he is being pressured or tortured while he is responding in that fashion If on the other hand what happened was they said Okay Mr Zubaida You have told us everything you have answered all the questions Is there anything else we should know and he said Yes There is this short Algerian guy walks with a limp connected with the FIS who ran this guest house in Peshawar for mujahideen going to Chechnya that actually might have some evidentiary value Have they given you enough to understand how those answers came out Does their description of the process by which they extracted or obtained the information from Abou Zubaida make sense Can you put weight on his statements given the circumstances And that is the issue of the reliability of evidence obtained under torture or in some circumstances it gets pretty close to torture 123 On all of the evidence before the Court I am left in doubt as to how Mr Abu Zubaida came to provide information about Mr Harkat I do not know what photograph he identified whether what is provided to the Court is the text of what Mr Abu Zubaida volunteered or whether he answered yes in response to a leading question In light of that and the doubt raised about the treatment afforded to Mr Abu Zubaida I give no weight to the information provided to the Court through Abu Zubaida Keeping out the evidence did not help Notwithstanding giving no weight to the information provided to the Court through Abu Zubaida Justice Dawson based on evidence never disclosed to Mr Harkat or his counsel at paragraph 143 set out a number of conclusions regarding Mr Harkat Paragraph 143 9 reads as follows 143 A consideration of all of the evidence before me establishes on an objective basis grounded on evidence I find to be credible that there are reasonable grounds to believe that 9 Mr Harkat has associated with Abu Zubaida since the early 1990 s12 Abu Zubaida was one of Osama Bin Laden s top lieutenants from the 1990 s until his capture Not Guilty Activists Acquitted 2006 02 21 21 Feb 2006 Categories Immigration News 12 protesters involved with the Action Committee of Non Status Algerians CASS were acquitted of mischief in relation to the occupation of the Immigration Ministerâ s offices in downtown Ottawa on May 29 2003 more than two and a half years ago See the court pics demo in front read about the victory Go Here Photo The victorious defence lawyers Yavar Hameed l of Ottawa with Denis Barette and Pascal Lescarbeau of Montreal Dope Sheet Column January 25 2006 2006 01 25 25 Jan 2006 Categories Criminal National Security DOPE SHEET COLUMN FEDERAL ELECTION IMPLICATIONS This Dope Sheet is being prepared on January 25 2006 two days after the Federal election Prime Minister Harper Now there is scary thought For those of us doing â œnational securityâ work Anne McLellanâ s defeat is good news probably no matter how bad the new Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness is I had suggested in a recent column that Ms McLellan should resign as a Minister because by her non response to the issues raised by Amnesty International of Canadian complicity in torture she too was complicit in the torture in Syria and Egypt of Ahmed El Maati and in Syria of Abdullah Almalki Ms McLellan did not respond to my call for her resignation Given how few people seem to read the Dope Sheet she likely never heard of the call for her resignation The voters in Edmonton obviously heeded my call for her resignation On second thought they could not have heard about my suggestion of her complicity of torture that would have led to her re election Marijuana legislation The election of the Conservatives probably puts an end to the proposed changes to marihuana legislation Contravention Act offences for possession of marijuana will not be created To my mind it is doubtful if the Conservatives in the face of the NDP and the Bloc views on marijuana will be able to increase the maximum penalties for grow labs Possession of hand guns Mr Harper and Mr Layton called for mandatory minimum sentences for possession of hand guns Laytonâ s minimum was 4 years and I believe Harperâ s minimum was 10 years While Justice Minister Cotler was opposed to more mandatory minimum sentences I expect that in the Liberal Party the Conservatives will be able to find enough support to add to the support from the NDP to create more mandatory minimum sentences It is likely that 16 and 17 year old young people will face mandatory prosecutions as adults when charged with hand gun offences During the election campaign there was discussion of making possession of a hand gun an offence that had a reverse onus bail requirement In a country where possession for the purposes of trafficking in marihuana is a reverse onus offence it seems to me that it is likely that legislation changing the bail provisions for possession of hand guns will be passed soon That to me sounds like a good idea SECURITY CERTIFICATE CASES There are a number of Charter issues related to the security certificate provisions of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act which will be argued in the Supreme Court of Canada on June 13th 14th and 15th in the Charkaoui Almrei and Harkat cases Leave to appeal in Harkat was granted on January 19 2006 One issue to be argued is whether the security certificate

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  • Law Union of Ontario Makes Submission to the United Nations on Forcible Removal of Peaceful “Occupy” Protests : Law Union of Ontario
    of the Arab Spring demonstrations At home the Canadian government is silent as to the Occupy protestors fundamental human rights while municipal governments forcibly remove them and terminate their protests In concert with its submissions to the United Nations the Law Union of Ontario further calls upon Canadian municipalities and police forces to respect the constitutional rights to free expression assembly and association of those participating in the Occupy protests across Canada These rights enshrined in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and peacefully asserted must be balanced against the inconvenience caused to some park users by the protests The underlying structural economic issues that have prompted the Occupy Movement are not going to go away without sustained protest The issues being protested here in Canada and in many other cities around the world have captured worldwide attention because they have global impact Some inconvenience to local park users is a small price to pay for the larger price being paid by the 99 worldwide in the face of an economic system that privileges the few over the many with disastrous environmental and social impacts The attainment and protection of civil rights which we now enjoy have historically been won with civil disobedience and protest and this Movement has arisen in that tradition The Law Union is requesting that the Special Rapporteurs draw to the attention of the Human Rights Council and the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights the disregard being shown by governments in Canada for the fundamental rights to expression opinion peaceful assembly and association and requests that these violations of international law be included in their annual reports to the UN Human Rights Council The Law Union further calls upon the relevant Canadian governments to cease and desist all activities undertaken to forcibly deprive peaceful demonstrators

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  • Law Union 2007 Annual General Meeting : Law Union of Ontario
    Activities We oversee administration and operation of the Law Union and determine the organization s direction In the past Steering Committee members have worked with other volunteers to put together our annual conferences bring in speakers publish our newsletter more on this at the AGM The Steering Committee will meet on the third Thursday of every month in the evening All Steering Committee members are required to attend WHY JOIN OUR PROJECTS COMMITTEE The projects committee organizes and delivers much of the Law Union s content The particular topics that the Committee works on be they immigration policing international law securities criminal justice equality rights etc depend on the members personal interests current news and the memberships interests The annual conference has been a mainstay of the organization for many years but we have also brought in speakers put together guidebooks for activists made submissions to various levels of government acted as intervenors in court cases and so on In the past the Projects Committee and the Steering Committee have often had joint or back to back meetings This year the Projects Committee will meet on the first Thursday of every month in the evening Any Law Union member may join the Projects Sub Committee Steering Committee members have traditionally devoted much time to the Law Union s projects and will continue to do so Related Posts September 29 2010 Law Union of Ontario 2010 Annual General Meeting Date Thursday October 14 2010 Time 6 30 p m Location Friend s Meeting House 60 Lowther Avenue Toronto RESERVE THE DATE The Law Union of Ontario s Annual General Meet October 3 2008 2008 Law Union AGM Annual General Meeting Thursday October 16th 2008 6 30pm Friends Meeting House 60 Lowther Avenue Toronto Closest subway St George Social Gathering to Follow

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  • 2012 Annual General Meeting: Oct 11 : Law Union of Ontario
    more just humane and equal world Good conversation and refreshments to follow agenda to be circulated shortly Join the Steering Committee We will also be forming new Steering Committee to guide us in the year to come We strongly encourage people with diverse experiences backgrounds and perspectives to lend their talents to the Steering Committee and help make the Law Union as inclusive representative and effective as possible Those interested in putting their names forward to become Steering Committee members should do so at the Annual Meeting If there are more than 12 nominations there will be an election in accordance with our constitution though in years past this has not been required Related Posts June 22 2012 Deadline for G20 Legal Actions Expires June 26 27 2012 During the G20 Summit in Toronto on June 26 and 27 2010 police trampled on the legal rights and civil liberties of thousands of protestors legal observers media personnel bystanders and other September 29 2010 Law Union of Ontario 2010 Annual General Meeting Date Thursday October 14 2010 Time 6 30 p m Location Friend s Meeting House 60 Lowther Avenue Toronto RESERVE THE DATE The Law Union of Ontario s Annual

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  • Deadline for G20 Legal Actions Expires June 26/27, 2012 : Law Union of Ontario
    to many of the claims arising from the G20 Summit will be June 26 or June 27 2012 If you miss the deadline you may lose your legal right to sue Deadlines for filing a police complaint or a human rights application have already expired but you can still sue the police You can sue the police in either the Small Claims Court if you are seeking monetary compensation up to 25 000 or in the Superior Court if you want to claim a greater amount or ask the Court to do something other than order payment of money You should get advice from a lawyer immediately if you are considering taking legal action and want to make sure that you don t miss the deadlines Some lawyers who will provide a free one half hour consultation about G20 legal claims are listed on pages 87 88 of the Law Union of Ontario s Post G20 Action Guide www lawunion ca g20guide For more information please see the flier Related Posts October 1 2012 2012 Annual General Meeting Oct 11 The Law Union of Ontario will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Thursday October 11 from 6 30pm 8 30pm at Friends House 60 Lowther Avenue Toronto Ontario Click here for a map The mee July 23 2010 Public Info Session Your OPTIONS for Taking Post g8 g20 LEGAL ACTION Sunday August 8 2010 Co hosted by the Summit Legal Support Project of the Movement Defence Committee MDC and the Law Union of Ontario Join us on August 8th to learn about how to file a human rights claim September 30 2010 Post G20 Action Guide Know your rights know your options and take action to get justice and hold the police accountable for their wrongdoing during the Toronto

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