These stories cannot get enough coverage:
The incident on the Calgary campus occurred the evening of February 19, 2013. Nicholas McLeod, president of the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform, ventured to campus and was distributing postcards containing graphic imagery when he was approached by security members and asked to stop.
McLeod said Monday in his first interview since the incident that when he refused to hand over his postcards he was knocked to the ground and swarmed by as many as five guards. […]
McLeod claims he’d been recording the guards on his phone and stuffed the device in his pants to prevent them from seizing it. He said he was taken to a holding room and remained handcuffed for three hours.
“They wouldn’t let me call a lawyer, they wouldn’t let me do anything,” he said. “They put the cuffs on extremely tight . . . I was in agony.”
He’s launched a $120,000 lawsuit. Good for him.by