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article imageToronto man arrested in connection to G20 investigation

By KJ Mullins     Jun 23, 2010 in Crime
Toronto - A local computer expert has been arrested in as part of an ongoing investigation by Toronto Police in connection to the G20 in one of Toronto's wealthiest neighbourhoods, Forest Hill.
Byron Sonne, 37, of Toronto was arrested in the middle of the night at his home in the Bathurst and Lawrence streets area. He has been charged with intimidation of justice system participant by threat, intimidation of justice system participant by watch and beset, mischief interfere with property, attempted mischief, possession of explosive for unlawful purpose and weapons dangerous.
"To protect the integrity of the investigation, further details will not be released, however; this investigation is part of the Toronto Police Service’s ongoing effort to ensure a safe and secure G20 Summit," said Meaghan Gray, Public Affairs & Communications Team, Integrated Security Unit.
Sonne is a member of HackLab.TO, a group inspired by the philosophies of the global hackerspaces movement which encourages people to socialize, share knowledge, and work together on their projects. The group meets once a week in Kensington Market.
Sonne is listed as CISSP & Licensed Private Investigator, Halvdan Solutions. He is a expert in computer and network security according to linkedin.com.
"I make order out of chaos."- Byron Sonne, Linkedin personal page
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