Wednesday, November 09, 2011

London Ontario police hazy on the concept of democracy

Mustn't have dissenting voices, now can we?

Police in London, Ont., moved against the local Occupy protesters' encampment early Wednesday, marking the first time authorities in Canada have tried to forcibly remove a camp that is part of the countrywide protests.

CBC reporter Kerry McKee said a "large number" of London police moved in on Victoria Park at about 12:45 a.m. ET, closing off the entire block near the park.

Like thieves, police seem to prefer to perform these kind of actions in the dead of night.

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