Toronto police release new G20 images
Anti-G20 protesters using black bloc tactics clash with police in downtown Toronto on Saturday, June 26, 2010. (Ian Munroe, CTV.ca)
Toronto police have released new photographs of suspects wanted in connection to the G20 violence last June.
Some of the photographs show people whose names have already been released, but investigators are still requesting the public's assistance in identifying them.
The images can be seen online here, in PDF format.
Earlier this week, a judge ruled that two alleged ringleaders of the protest violence will remain free on bail.
Alex Hundert and Leah Henderson were initially released on July 19 on $100,000 bail each, according to The Canadian Press. But the Crown filed an appeal.
Hundert and Henderson have several bail conditions. They must live under house arrest, be under direct supervision of their sureties and not communicate with co-accused.
None of the accusations against Hundert and Henderson have been proven in court.