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MONTREAL, Que. (15/03/13) — An activist screams “help” while police officers push him down down onto the ground and arrest him during the anti-police brutality demonstration on Friday, March 15, 2013 in Montreal. Police called this demonstration illegal minutes after it had started and arrested more than 250 people.

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MONTREAL, Que. (15/03/13) — A protestor is being arrested during the anti-police brutality demonstration on Friday, March 15, 2013 in Montreal. Police called this demonstration illegal minutes after it had started and arrested more than 250 people.

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MONTREAL, Que. (15/03/13) — People watch from a building as protestors (not pictured) marches on the streets at the anti-police brutality demonstration on Friday, March 15, 2013 in Montreal. Police called this demonstration illegal minutes after it had started and arrested more than 250 people.

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MONTREAL, Que. (15/03/13) — A woman trying to head to a museum is being asked to leave by riot police during the anti-police brutality demonstration on Friday, March 15, 2013 in Montreal. Police called this demonstration illegal minutes after it had started and arrested more than 250 people.

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MONTREAL, Que. (15/03/13) — A woman stands in front of police officers at the anti-police brutality demonstration on Friday, March 15, 2013 in Montreal. Police called this demonstration illegal minutes after it had started and arrested more than 250 people.

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MONTREAL, Que. (15/03/13) — A woman fell as she tries to escape from the police’s kettle, a police tactic used to contain protestors, at the anti-police brutality demonstration on Friday, March 15, 2013 in Montreal. Police called this demonstration illegal minutes after it had started and arrested more than 250 people.

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MONTREAL, Que. (15/03/13) — A protestor is being arrested at the anti-police brutality demonstration on Friday, March 15, 2013 in Montreal. Police called this demonstration illegal minutes after it had started and arrested more than 250 people. 

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MONTREAL, Que. (15/03/13) — Police officers stand on guard outside Place de Arts during the anti-police brutality demonstration on Friday, March 15, 2013 in Montreal. Police called this demonstration illegal minutes after it had started and arrested more than 250 people.

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MONTREAL, Que. (15/03/13) — Police horses stand guard during the anti-police brutality demonstration on Friday, March 15, 2013 in Montreal. Police called this demonstration illegal minutes after it had started and arrested more than 250 people.

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MONTREAL, Que. (15/03/13) — Tourists gather and observe police tactics and action at the anti-police brutality demonstration on Friday, March 15, 2013 in Montreal. Police called this demonstration illegal minutes after it had started and arrested more than 250 people.

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MONTREAL, Que. (15/03/13) — Security guards look out and stand guard while protestors (not pictured) gather on the streets during an anti-police brutality demonstration on Friday, March 15, 2013 in Montreal. Police called this demonstration illegal minutes after it had started and arrested more than 250 people.

Photos by Justin Chin

HONG KONG: Aug. 2, 2012 — Paul Hung Hak-wai, Director of Operations, speaks at the Hong Kong Police Force 2012 Mid-Year Review Press Conference in Hong Kong Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. The overall crime increased by 0.4 percent compare with January to June 2011. (Photo by JUSTIN CHIN)

HONG KONG: July 1, 2012 — A protester holds a sign asking “Where are your conscience, police officers” during an annual pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong on July 1, 2012. The march was an occasion for ordinary people to air their grievances over a range of issues. There is rising public discontent over widening inequality and lack of full democracy in the southern Chinese financial center. (Photo by Justin Chin)

HONG KONG: July 1, 2012 — Police presence can be seen during an annual pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong on July 1, 2012. The march was an occasion for ordinary people to air their grievances over a range of issues. There is rising public discontent over widening inequality and lack of full democracy in the southern Chinese financial center. (Photo by Justin Chin)

HONG KONG: July 1, 2012 — Police presence can be seen during an annual pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong on July 1, 2012. The march was an occasion for ordinary people to air their grievances over a range of issues. There is rising public discontent over widening inequality and lack of full democracy in the southern Chinese financial center. (Photo by Justin Chin)

HONG KONG: June 30, 2012 — Mr. Ma, a pro-democracy protester, is being taken away by police officers as he and other protesters protest outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre where Chinese President Hu Jintao was scheduled to attend a concert on June 30, 2012. Protesters had been corralled into a small protest zone across the street from the site. They were far outnumbered by hundreds of police ringing the venue. (Photo by Justin Chin)
HONG KONG: June 30, 2012 — Mr. Ma, a pro-democracy protester, is being taken away by police officers as he and other protesters protest outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre where Chinese President Hu Jintao was scheduled to attend a concert on June 30, 2012. Protesters had been corralled into a small protest zone across the street from the site. They were far outnumbered by hundreds of police ringing the venue. (Photo by Justin Chin)

HONG KONG: June 30, 2012 — Mr. Ma, a pro-democracy protester, is being taken away by police officers as he and other protesters protest outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre where Chinese President Hu Jintao was scheduled to attend a concert on June 30, 2012. Protesters had been corralled into a small protest zone across the street from the site. They were far outnumbered by hundreds of police ringing the venue. (Photo by Justin Chin)

HONG KONG: June 30, 2012 — A police woman stands guard outside the exhibition center where Chinese President Hu Jintao was scheduled to attend a concert on June 30, 2012. Protesters had been corralled into a small protest zone across the street from the site. They were far outnumbered by hundreds of police ringing the venue. (Photo by Justin Chin)

HONG KONG: June 30, 2012 — A police officer is cleaning another colleague’s eyes from pepper spray backfiring outside the exhibition center where Chinese President Hu Jintao was scheduled to attend a concert on June 30, 2012. Protesters had been corralled into a small protest zone across the street from the site. They were far outnumbered by hundreds of police ringing the venue. (Photo by Justin Chin)

HONG KONG: June 30, 2012 — Protesters get pepper spray from police outside the exhibition center where Chinese President Hu Jintao was scheduled to attend a concert on June 30, 2012. Protesters had been corralled into a small protest zone across the street from the site. They were far outnumbered by hundreds of police ringing the venue. (Photo by Justin Chin)

HONG KONG: June 30, 2012 — A police officer stands in front of a big banner put up by pro-democracy protesters demanding an investigation on Chinese labor activist Li Wangyang’s his death outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on June 30, 2012. Li imprisoned for two decades died in a hospital, one year after being released from jail, and a relative raised doubt on the official explanation that he had hanged himself. (Photo by Justin Chin)

HONG KONG: June 29, 2012 — Police officers stand guard at the fences set up outside the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Hotel where the Chinese President Hu Jintao is staying ahead of an inauguration ceremony for Hong Kong’s new government and the 15th anniversary of the southern Chinese city’s handover from Britain to China. Hu is to install a new but already unpopular governor of the semiautonomous Chinese territory. (Photo by Justin Chin)

HONG KONG: June 29, 2012 — Police officers speak with a pro-democracy protester wearing T-shirts with slogans demanding an investigation on Chinese labor activist Li Wangyang’s his death outside the hotel where the Chinese President Hu Jintao is staying while he is in Hong Kong on June 29, 2012. Li imprisoned for two decades died in a hospital, one year after being released from jail, and a relative raised doubt on the official explanation that he had hanged himself. (Photo by Justin Chin)

TOP: HONG KONG: June 29, 2012 — A police offer is directing traffic in front of the government house in Hong Kong on June 29, 2012 as government officials’ motorcade arrives for a dinner hosted by Mr. Donald Tsang, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong. 
BOTTOM: HONG KONG: June 29, 2012 — Chinese President Hu Jintao’s motorcade arrives at the government house on June 29, 2012 for a dinner event with Mr. Donald Tsang’s, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong. Hu arrived on June 29 ahead of an inauguration ceremony for Hong Kong’s new government and the 15th anniversary of the southern Chinese city’s handover from Britain to China. 
(Photos by Justin Chin)
TOP: HONG KONG: June 29, 2012 — A police offer is directing traffic in front of the government house in Hong Kong on June 29, 2012 as government officials’ motorcade arrives for a dinner hosted by Mr. Donald Tsang, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong. 
BOTTOM: HONG KONG: June 29, 2012 — Chinese President Hu Jintao’s motorcade arrives at the government house on June 29, 2012 for a dinner event with Mr. Donald Tsang’s, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong. Hu arrived on June 29 ahead of an inauguration ceremony for Hong Kong’s new government and the 15th anniversary of the southern Chinese city’s handover from Britain to China. 
(Photos by Justin Chin)

TOP: HONG KONG: June 29, 2012 — A police offer is directing traffic in front of the government house in Hong Kong on June 29, 2012 as government officials’ motorcade arrives for a dinner hosted by Mr. Donald Tsang, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong. 

BOTTOM: HONG KONG: June 29, 2012 — Chinese President Hu Jintao’s motorcade arrives at the government house on June 29, 2012 for a dinner event with Mr. Donald Tsang’s, the Chief Executive of Hong Kong. Hu arrived on June 29 ahead of an inauguration ceremony for Hong Kong’s new government and the 15th anniversary of the southern Chinese city’s handover from Britain to China. 

(Photos by Justin Chin)

HONG KONG: (June 10, 2012) — Police officer uses a fire extinguisher to prevent protesters from lighting up a Chinese flag outside the Chinese central government’s liaison office in a protest for the cause of late Chinese dissident Li Wangyang in Hong Kong on June 10, 2012. Li, 62, who spent 22 years in jail for his role in the Tiananmen democracy protests died in allegedly suspicious circumstances in his hospital ward in central China’s Hunan province on June 6 by his sister and brother-in-law. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (June 10, 2012) — People try to charge through police cordon area outside the Chinese central government’s liaison office as they take part in a protest for the cause of late Chinese dissident Li Wangyang in Hong Kong on June 10, 2012. Li, 62, who spent 22 years in jail for his role in the Tiananmen democracy protests died in allegedly suspicious circumstances in his hospital ward in central China’s Hunan province on June 6 by his sister and brother-in-law.
Organizers claims 25,000 attended the protest. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)
HONG KONG: (June 10, 2012) — People try to charge through police cordon area outside the Chinese central government’s liaison office as they take part in a protest for the cause of late Chinese dissident Li Wangyang in Hong Kong on June 10, 2012. Li, 62, who spent 22 years in jail for his role in the Tiananmen democracy protests died in allegedly suspicious circumstances in his hospital ward in central China’s Hunan province on June 6 by his sister and brother-in-law.
Organizers claims 25,000 attended the protest. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (June 10, 2012) — People try to charge through police cordon area outside the Chinese central government’s liaison office as they take part in a protest for the cause of late Chinese dissident Li Wangyang in Hong Kong on June 10, 2012. Li, 62, who spent 22 years in jail for his role in the Tiananmen democracy protests died in allegedly suspicious circumstances in his hospital ward in central China’s Hunan province on June 6 by his sister and brother-in-law.

Organizers claims 25,000 attended the protest. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)