Alleged G20 ringleaders can stay free on bail
The Canadian Press
Published Monday, September 13, 2010 12:16PM EDT
TORONTO, Ont. - A judge has decided two alleged ringleaders of G20 protest violence will remain free on bail.
Alex Hundert and Leah Henderson were released July 19 on $100,000 bail each. Shortly after their release, the Crown filed an appeal to review the terms of bail.
Justice Todd Ducharme said today he agrees with the Crown that the justice of the peace made several errors in his written decision.
But, he said he was dismissing the Crown's applications and Hundert and Henderson will stay free on bail.
Hundert and Henderson's bail conditions include living under house arrest, being under direct supervision of their sureties and not communicating with co-accused.