A man accused of impersonating a police officer has been released on $500 bail.
Charlie Veitch, 29, lives in England but was in Toronto for the G20 summit. He’s been described as an absurdist comedian – but police aren’t laughing. Read More Here
(CityNews) – Video: G20 Charlie Veitch arrested for impersonating a police officer City News at 6
June 30, 2010 Broadcast of a Toronto television news cast City News at 6. Dwight Drummond from Citytv reports on the arresting of Charlie Veitch, a British comedian charged by Toronto police for impersonating a police officer during the lead up to the G20 summit. all rights to Rogers Media Continue reading →
(OpEdNews) – “In an admission that took the intelligence community and its critics by surprise, Director of National Intelligence Dennis Blair acknowledged in a congressional hearing Wednesday that the U.S. may, with executive approval, deliberately target and kill U.S. citizens who are suspected of being involved in terrorism.”
That’s the lead paragraph of the news story I wrote for InterPress News Service last Friday. Since then, I just haven’t been able to get this thing out of my mind.
Think about it: “…may, with executive approval, deliberately target and kill U.S. citizens who are suspected of being involved in terrorism.” Read More Here
The LRAD devices used against protesters and the residents of Pittsburgh last month were a beta test for things to come. As reported by the Washington Times on October 1, the Department of Homeland Security is doling out federal money to get police departments around the country stocked up on the LRAD weapons. Continue reading →