RULESWATCH

July 3, 2010

Five Metres too far

Filed under: Uncategorized — ruleswatch @ 9:45 am

Maria Babbage of CP writes more in the July 3, Gloe and Mail on the Law that Never Was:… efforts were made … to clarify the regulation that many believed allowed police to arrest anyone who came within five metres of the summit security fence and didn’t provide identification.

But that power never actually existed – and neither police nor the province set the record straight until the summit was over. In fact, both made comments about the necessity of such powers.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/toronto/mcguinty-refuses-to-apologize-over-g20-fence-law/article1627033/

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