John Mayer's Real Estate Blog: June 2010

The G20 Summit in Toronto: Sunday's More Peaceful Photos from my Brother Larry

It was a lot more peaceful at the G20 Summit in Toronto on Sunday although my brother Larry said the cops over reacted in many cases. After the violence on Saturday, they may have been a little nervous and jumpy. Even the horses were wearing riot gear.

Police horse with protection

A seasoned protester leads a "Don't fence me out" sit-in at Bay and King Streets.

Seasoned protest leader

The above protester addressing the crowd.

Protesters

Peace riders on bicycles.

Peaceful protesters at Bay and King

Toronto was literally littered with "Road Apples" from all the horses. Larry said they were everywhere and you had to watch where you stepped.

Road Apples

Here is a link to my previous post on the G20.

G20 Summit Protesters Run Amok in Toronto

Here is a link to photo journalist Paul Manly's videos of the summit

A Police State in Action

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The G20 Summit in Toronto: Sunday's More Peaceful Photos from my…
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