Police misconduct and thuggery ran rampant during the recent G20 event held in Toronto, Ontario. Some rose to infamy, like "Officer Bubbles". I haven't heard anything recent about his attempt to sue YouTube for posting videos that mocked him for being [allegedly] a complete and utter jerk.
Others attempted to hide who they were and were apparently reprimanded, and at least one has been criminally charged for his disgusting assault of a protester during the G20.
The "police state" was alive and well and living in Toronto, at least for a few days this year, all with the full and complete blessing of Toronto's top cop, who, naturally, has no comment on any of this.
The Ontario Ombudsman looked into the antics of the police during this event, and what he found doesn't make the police look very good, and in particular our good friend, Chief Bill Blair.
You can read the entire report on the Ombudsman's website, and the video of his press release is below, for your viewing pleasure.