Police State Watch Canada

I’d started putting this idea together months ago, but between not feeling all that well, things got delayed, so today, Monday January 24th, 2011, is the official opening date of Police State Watch.

The idea came to me after watching some of the G8/G20 coverage in the fall, when it became more clear that certain elements in the police. It was obvious that there was no central place to document what was happening, or compare details.

Let’s consider the case of Alex Hundert, which I first heard of yesterday. I’d heard of Byron Sonne, who is also being held, but I hadn’t heard of Alex, who by the descriptions may have been railroaded.

Who else is still in jail? Who else is being penalized for what the Ontario Ombudsman André Marin has declared the greatest mass violation of rights during peacetime.

So I’ve opened the Police State Watch Wiki as a place to document things that have happened, and are happening.

Feel free to drop in an contribute. I’m only one man, and not in that good of shape anymore, so the Wiki can use all the help it can get.

Wayne Borean

Monday January 24, 2011


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