GUELPH — Members of a Guelph-based anti-poverty group intend to bring down a section of the four-kilometre G20 security fence that encompasses an area of Toronto’s downtown where world leaders will meet June 26-27.

“People have to make sacrifices,” said Julian Ichim, one of the organizers of Sense of Security, adding that the fence is a symbol of militarization. “. . . We have to get ready to be beaten, brutalized . . . whatever else they will do to us.”

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Peacenik wonders if Julian will even get in sight of the fence.

UPDATE: According to information in the Guelph Mercury, Julian never got to tear down the fence. His mother says he was arrested. Peacenik