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 Migrant Matters Radio 
 Greg Shupak interviewed by MaryCarl Guiao
 Migrant Matters Radio  
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Greg Shupak reflects on the rampant police brutality and indiscriminate arrests he had witnessed at the protests against the G8/20 agenda during the June 25-27 2010 weekend.

Along with criticizing the overarching culture of fear that the Canadian government has worked to create around the G8/20 summits, Greg also criticizes mainstream media's neglect of their essential role to inform us about the most important aspect of the summits: the G8/20 agenda and policies. This agenda and these policies continue to legitimize the power structures that stifle social and economical well-being, and that have come to characterize our time.
Hundreds of people are facing charges stemming from the G20 protests. 20 people are facing more serious charges.

Organizers are expecting the legal fees to cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. If you want to support the legal fund for those charged you can go to

For news and videos on the g20 protests, check out

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