TORONTO — Prosecutors and defence lawyers for a Toronto Police officer accused of assaulting a man at the G20 protests three years ago appear to agree the man’s red water bottle is a key to the case.
In a three-page “agreed statement of facts” introduced Monday at the start of Constable Babak Andalib-Goortani’s trial, all the lawyers signed off on a paragraph which reads: “Adam Nobody dropped a red water bottle behind the police line. Police saw him drop it and seized a red water bottle.”
Forensic tests later showed the liquid inside was composed of ethanol, water and a trace of toluene, and was easily ignited.
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