Protesters up the ante for G20 summit

AMY MITCHELL-WHITTINGTON

Aboriginal Deaths in Custody Rally G20 Brisbane. Photo © Glenn Lockitch 2014
Aboriginal Deaths in Custody Rally G20 Brisbane. Photo: © Glenn Lockitch 2014

 

Protesters around Brisbane are gearing up for a big day ahead of the final round of world leaders flying into the city this morning.

Aboriginal Deaths in Custody Rally G20 Brisbane. Photo © Glenn Lockitch 2014
Aboriginal Deaths in Custody Rally G20 Brisbane. Photo: © Glenn Lockitch 2014

13 protests are registered for today, but Queensland police have confirmed they are preparing for a further 10 unregistered protests around Brisbane.

 

 

Queensland police says they have built a strong relationship with those already registered to protest.

Currently only 15 people are excluded from the G20 zone with only 4  prohibited.

No arrests occurred overnight.

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Amy Mitchell-Whittington

Amy Mitchell-Whittington is currently in her final year of Journalism at Griffith University, Brisbane. She has a degree in Film and Screen Media which she completed at Griffith University in 2007. Her goal is to combine her passion for cinematography and camera work with the ability to tell a good story and document the world around her.

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