G20 2009: Police Attack Students at University of PittsburghYouTube
Sep. 25, 2009
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This is the organized murder of America. They could present any image they wanted to the world, they chose from the top down that this is the image they want people to see, a militarized police state. That speaks volumes. - Chris
Police used teargas 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.