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G-20 Police Attack Students at University of Pittsburgh

September 28, 2009
YouTube
9/25/2009

In the videos here, we get an idea of what the federalized and militarized police in Pittsburgh really think of the First Amendment. The victims shown below are not government provocateurs or anarchists, but middle class students.

G-20 Riot Police Trap University Students on a Staircase and Deploy Chemical Weapons

Police used tear gas, pepper spray and rubber bullets against University of Pittsburgh students during the Pittsburgh G20 Summit. Many of the students were not part of any demonstration but bystanders, curious to find a mass of armed riot police on their campus.

A standoff between riot police and Pittsburgh students ends with the police firing tear gas and rubber bullets into the crowd.

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  1. Anonymous permalink
    September 30, 2009 11:25 am

    Next time don’t touch the part of your body that has been gassed because will just make it burn more. Get into an open area,if possible, and let it wear off. This is coming from an Iraqi war vet. Guys I agree with you. The cops had no right to attack you and you are protected by the Constitution of the United States. I may not agree with what you are saying but ,by damn, I’ll defend your right to say it. You are bright, educated young people don’t you think that the President that you help elect is the President that is eroding our civil rights? I’ve been around a lot longer and this the worst since Jimmy Carter.

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