"We cannot allow serious violations of the fundamental rights and freedoms to slip through the cracks in a hodgepodge of reports that go nowhere," argued James Clancy.
The G20 summit in June 2010 saw mass arrests with violations of human rights and civil liberties by police during.
"It is scandalous that – five months after the event – not one government representative or police official has been held accountable," said Clancy.
Although six separate reviews are now under way, none has a mandate or the jurisdiction to examine who was responsible for this unprecedented Canadian abuse of police powers, Clancy noted.
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