A fairly comprehensive look at how agents provocateurs were organized, protected, and deployed at the Toronto G20 Conference.
At the end of the video, Canadian activist Naomi Klein, author of Shock Doctrine, points out that that the highest estimate of the cost of doing security for the G20 at Pittsburgh was $100 million. A year passes and the Canadian summit costs $1 billion? And CSIS (the Canadian Security and Intelligence Service) says there was no credible terrorist threat? (Why would there be? The terrorist threats have all been false-flag operations.)
Why the high cost? According to Klein, the police covered their personnel shortfall costs and bought a lot of high-tech toys like water cannons and sound cannons which they will use to enforce the policies the international leaders just put through at the summit.