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G20 protest videos capture chaos on Toronto streets

Videos of the G20 protests in Toronto today are capturing a wild, frantic, chaotic and disturbing scene.

Citizens on the ground are in the action and are recording it all: police posing as protesters, police in plain clothes making snatch and grab arrests, illegal search and seizures, vandals lighting police cars on fire, cameras being hit by police batons, coffee shop windows being destroyed, a protester getting run over by police on horses, and more.

Front line vandals dressed in black caught on camera destroying property and attacking media:

Plain-clothed officers make a frantic arrest:

Protester and police clash over "illegal search":

Eaton Centre Starbucks getting smashed by violent demonstrators dressed in black:

Undercover officers allegedly posing as protesters:

Protester run over by police on horses:

Police smash a photographer's camera:

Police car gets lit on fire:

Police car on fire and massive police response:

Rubber bullets and tear gas used by police:

Drumming of the riot police shields:

Police moving in and arresting protesters at Queen's Park:

Anarchists burning cars and looking for a fight:

Peaceful protesters near Queen and Spadina sing Canada's national anthem and are rushed by police forces once they finish:

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