Police forces in charge of security at the G20 summit in Toronto have been granted special powers for the duration of the summit.
Come within five metres of the security area and you are obliged to give police your name and state the purpose of your visit.
This is a Charter rights violation.
Anyone who fails to provide identification or explain why they are near the security zone can be searched and arrested.
Again, a Charter rights violation.
The new powers are designed specifically for the G20. Sure they are.
Anyone who refuses to identify themselves or refuses to provide a reason for their visit can be fined up to $500 and face up to two months in jail.
If I am up to no harm, no cop can ask me my name. Is is that simple.
Nice. Our Prime Minister, Stephen Harper and Ontario Premier Dalton McGimpy
is a traitor to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
They have urinated on our charter to protect despot leaders and big bankers.
Be angry… I am.
Say it with me folks: F*ck F*ck, F*ckity, F*ck.