How to sue the police - Nicholas Wright on GRTV

06/03/2012 11:19

With a billion dollar price tag, the 2010 Toronto G20 was one of the most expensive security operations in history. As part of that operation, police services and government officials conspired to lie to the public about supposed powers to violate citizens' guaranteed rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. As a result, thousands of people were subjected to illegal searches, seizures and arrests. Now Nicholas Wright, a Toronto lawyer and the President of Geopoliticalmonitor.com is suing the police for his unlawful arrest.

Find out more about Wright's experience suing the police in this week's  GRTV Feature Interview

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