G20 police shot rubber bullets, woman says

CBC News

A 20-year-old environmental activist from B.C. is suing the Toronto Police Service, claiming she was hit by two rubber bullets during a G20 summit protest.

"I hit the ground. It’s hard to describe how it feels getting shot," said Natalie Gray of Maple Ridge, B.C., about 40 kilometres east of Vancouver.

Gray was one of about 150 protesters who marched on a police-approved route to a former Toronto film studio that was converted into a temporary detention centre on June 28, the final day of the G20 meetings.

Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2010/07/24/g20-rubber-bullets.html#ixzz0untuqgHv
 

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