Police provocateurs caught ‘rock-handed’ at SPP meeting in Canada

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This
video at youtube
, and this new one, combined with these
pictures
(note the shoe comparison on images 49 and 50), make a compelling
case that the masked men at the SPP protest in Montebello, QC last week were in fact police agent provocateurs (which Canadian police now admit is accurate).
The true protesters quickly figured out who they were, and the bizarre behavior
of the supposed ‘anarchists’ (shuffling toward, not away from, the police line
once suspicions about their identities were made, the discussion one seems to
behaving with police before they were apprehended, and of course the amazing
coincidence of the fact that these anarchists and the police happen to be wearing
identical boots, right down to the tread patterns and company logo) make any
other conclusion difficult to make.

This is what your government (and the Canadian government) thinks of you. It
has no respect for democratic institutions. It is happy to create the false
impression that protesters are violent, so that the crack-down on that violence
further consolidates their power.

You are not a citizen. You are a subject. At least in their eyes.

more on the story: http://ottawa.indymedia.org/en/2007/08/5383.shtml

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