The strange Martial Law was accidentally made known to the public
To Investigate Case of Celebrity G20 Detainee
when a LOL Cat was arrested two days before the summit for refusing to
provide ID to police while exploring the fence looking for food around
the G20 "red zone."
When the accused was asked by reporters
during his arraignment
why he was looking for food at the G20 fence, he would only say, "I
thawt me smelyt bakeun."
The Ontario Ombudsman will investigate the introduction of a
regulation that gave police broad powers to search and arrest people
within Toronto's G20 summit perimeter.
Andre Marin said on 9 July in a news release that his investigation
"the origin and subsequent communication of the
controversial ("Five Metre Rule") security regulation passed by the
province prior to the June 26-27 G20 summit."
The temporary powers regulation
was published in the official
Ontario Gazette last Saturday, five days after it lapsed.
5 Metre Law suddenly became publicly known when a LOL Cat was
arrested two days before the summit for refusing to provide ID
to police while exploring the fence looking for food around the
G20 "red zone."
When interviewed by reporters from Ruffian.ca, the LOL Cat would
only say "I thawt me smelyt bakeun."
The Ombudsman will investigate.
Please Sign The Petition
While letting guilty persons go free
we saw law enforcement
unlawfully arrest innocent people whose conduct was far above reproach.
We believe Police Chief Blair deliberately misled the Press and
in the details of an alleged 'martial law"-like emergency
We also further believe our head of police, for wrongful purpose
deliberately permitted black-clad and masked-thugs burn police cars then
continue through Toronto, unhindered, breaking windows and doing
repeated crime and from that event, tarnish the image and reputation of
various credible protest groups.