A man has died at the G20 protests although details are unclear as yet. He was found unconscious at the Bank of England and was declared dead at a nearby hospital.
Sky says that protesters threw bottles at police trying to help him - this is definitely not true.
I have an eye witness account from on the ground who saw a man who'd collapsed (rather than pushed or beaten to ground or whatever, although he may have been concussed from an incident earlier).
Protesters called for assistance from the police and helped medical assistance get through. The police were not obstructed in any way.
It is definitely and absolutely untrue that the police were pelted with bottles. This did not happen.
Remember Menezes. Remember how the police use lies as propaganda to cover themselves. Don't fall for it. My eyewitness was there the whole time and nothing of the kind happened.
The Guardian on this story. Is this the best we'll get?
Andrew Kendle writes for Red Pepper on what he saw.
Jack writes on what natural causes might mean in this case.
Michael Greenwall analysises the reporting on both sides.
Justin on learning the lessons from past media lies.
Phil on the death.
Lenin on the death. He also includes this appeal;
"Anyone who witnessed any part of this, or has any pertinent information, should write a full statement and contact the legal team at Bindmans Solicitors on 020 7833 4433 and the Legal Monitoring groups present at the demonstrations."