After being caught in another lie, Toronto cops admit to using rubber bullets on G20 protesters | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

After being caught in another lie, Toronto cops admit to using rubber bullets on G20 protesters

If it wasn't bad enough that the Toronto police lied to the public about a new 'security law' - passed down by the Government of Ontario - giving them new policing powers during the G20 Summit only to have to later admit that no such law ever existed.

Now, Toronto police are backtracking on another statement they made claiming that rubber bullets were not fired into the crowd outside the Eastern Avenue Detention Centre on Sunday June 27, 2010.

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