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Police brutality at Occupy Toronto

April 2, 2012

Police brutality at Occupy Toronto

Police brutality at Occupy Toronto

Angela Turvey being arrested by a Toronto police officer at an Occupy Toronto camp behind Osgoode Hall on March 30. Turvey was filming the arrest of another member of Occupy Toronto when police knocked her camera from her hands and she was pushed to the ground, suffering a fractured eye socket and broken nose, despite not resisting arrest.

by FStevens4

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