Comments:G20 protester dies after collapsing

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Possible eyewitness disputes that crowd were throwing missiles as police treated man (unconfirmed that it was the same incident). See Red Pepper's Twitters [1] and [2].

The Police lying? How could that be possible?

Knowing the kind of people that protest at such events, I can certainly believe the police. How many broken windows and burned cars do we see after each "anti-globalization" protest each year? Damn scum... bring on the tear gas. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs)

A witness statement contradicts Sky's/Police version of events of a rained bottles whilst Police Tries to help man.[edit]

A witness statement contradicts Sky's/Police version of events of a rained bottles whilst Police Tries to help man. A fuller version of events —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs)

The police fuckin' killed the man, goddammit!

«The police claim that protestors threw bottles at them while trying to rescue the protestor» indeed...

Check your sources before publishing your story - the Met Police obviously cannot be trusted. — 13:23, 10 April 2009 (UTC)

{{editprotected}} See what really happened in w:Death of Ian Tomlinson. The version presented here is obviously the police version which has been proven to be a lie. Please add a note to the news item.-- 09:34, 19 April 2009 (UTC)

Not done Sorry, Wikinews is not an encyclopedia. We present what was in the news at a certain time. --SVTCobra 00:30, 6 May 2009 (UTC)
edit conflict Not done The story is not technically incorrect, because it documents what was known at the time, not what is known now. Thus, a {{correction}} notice is not warranted. However, an {{update}} notice, linking to a newer article, could be added to the bottom of the page instead, to notify readers of newer developments. (Although I don't think we had an update article to this.) tempodivalse 00:34, 6 May 2009 (UTC)