Occupy Montreal protesters branded by police

Some members of the Occupy Montreal movement are considering legal action against the Montreal police after they were branded without their consent.

Police expelled the group of protesters from Victoria Square last Friday, as part of the group handcuffed themselves to the outdoor kitchen.

“The police asked us to move and we did not comply,” said activist Bed Godin. “They removed us by using force.”

Protesters were taken to a bus, where officers processed them, and marked some with an ink that could only be seen under a UV light.

“They took pictures and then they wrote one number. I got the number 5 in black marker,” he said.

Read more: http://montreal.ctv.ca/servlet/an/local/CTVNews/2011112

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