Details emerge on how police infiltrated G20 protests

One agent shared home with her 'targets'

RCMP agents gathering intelligence on potential threats to the G20 summit in Toronto last year went so far as sharing a residential unit with their “targets” in one case and letting a potential would-be protester shuttle one officer’s cancer-stricken mother to and from the hospital during her dying days, the Globe and Mail reports. The probe, carried out by undercover police officers from the Joint Intelligence Group, an RCMP-led squad, lasted a year and a half and lead to charges of conspiracy to commit mischief for 17 people.

The Globe and Mail

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