TORONTO (2010): World leaders and activists from around the world gathered for the G20 Summit. With over 19,000 police officers and security personnel on hand, the results led to 1105 arrests, martial law in downtown Toronto, and the most massive violation of civil liberties in Canadian history.
The Canadian government reportedly spent $858 million(Canadian) on security for this event, and the film shows the results allowing you to witness the events… as they unfold… from start to finish.
In all 1105 people were arrested. 300 were charged. At the time the movie was made (April 2011), all but 97 of these had had their charges dropped
A riveting documentary that questions the rise of the police state and destruction of civil rights.
Winner: Best Documentary – Film North Huntsville International Film Festival
96 minutes on 1 disc
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