IN MONTREAL, IN TORONTO AND EVERYWHERE, THE WALLS MUST FALL!

The Anti-Capitalist Convergence's (CLAC-Montreal) Statement in support of Jaggi Singh and everyone accused during the G20 in Toronto

MONTREAL, April 28 /CNW Telbec/ - Today, Jaggi Singh pleaded guilty to counseling people to bring down the fence that separated the G20 leaders from the people during the G20 summit which took place in June, 2010 in Toronto. Along with 17 others, he was accused of conspiracy, among other things, and has been living under severe bail conditions for several months. CLAC-Montreal denouces all charges against them.

Complete Statement: www.clac-montreal.net/sites/default/files/CLACStatement.pdf

SOURCE Anti-Capitalist Convergence of Montreal (CLAC)

For further information:

Media Contacts (English and French):
Blandine Juchs, Anti-Capitalist Convergence of Montreal: 438-323-1456
Craig Fortier, No One Is Illegal-Toronto: 416-735-0409

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