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During the infamous G20 meeting in Toronto, 2010, the police ran amuck. Civil rights were summarily suspended at the whim of the powers that be and the cops on the street. Hundreds of arrests were made. Brett Gundlock was covering the event for The National Post when he was beaten down and arrested for doing his job.

Later, during the trials of those arrested, Brett shot a series of portraits of people who had had their rights, guaranteed under Canada's Charter of Rights, trampled upon. He also asked them to write a bit about their experiences of that police state.

This is the catalogue from his show of this work. Communication Art Gallery, Toronto. March 2011.

20 pages.

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