CBC News here.
"Free and democratic society" my ass. Not when the "law enforcement" folks have zero respect for the rule of law.
Update 3 Dec 2010:
Torotton police Chief Bull Bliar apologized Friday for suggesting a video showing officers rushing at and arresting a protestor during June's G20 summit had been deliberately edited. ... John Bridge, who recorded the video, sent a sworn affidavit to the Special Investigations Unit (SIU) saying the video was not edited and that he had just turned off his camera for a few seconds as he backed away from advancing police officers. ... Blair also apologized to Adam Nobody, 27, the man arrested and injured during the protest at Toronto's Queen's Park, for the suggestion police officers were rushing to arrest an armed criminal and that is why force was used against him. "I have no evidence that he was armed or violent, and all charges against the injured man have been withdrawn," Blair said. ... CBC News
In other words, just about everything he said, from the time he opened his trap until the time he closed it, was - ah - "inaccurate".
How much do we pay these clowns?