this video from montreal, canada. three people have already gotten out of this cab. the cabby is upset that they slammed the door really hard when they got out. it is about to get physical. this guy steps up, kicks door closed and starts pounding on the car. this guy jumps up on top of the cab and starts stomping on the cab. this is where it gets graphic. the cabby claims that he was acting in self-defense. >> oh, oh, oh. >> oh. >> he ran over his head. >> never seen anything like that. >> that man is in the hospital. he is in serious condition but he is expected to recover from his injuries. the cabby took off. police have apprehended that man, a 47-year-old cab driver arrested on an allegation of assault with a weapon. a different view of the same incident from a balcony. you can hear the man taking his video, yelling at these people -- >> get out of there. >> oh! >> i told you guys to get out of there. >> from this vantage point, it gives you a completely different perspective. he had more than one opportunity to just leave the scene. >> it sounds like he guns it. >> everybody
going to take you to montreal, canada for a protest video shot over the weekend. >> whoa! >> i was about to say, there is no real clash, but the officer went right for the mace. >> what i don't like is that the guy, he looked like he was in an argument here in the hoodie and he sprayed that guy and kind of sprayed everybody else in the area. >> it has been going on for more than three months. students protesting because of a tuition hike, 82%, which is a huge amount for students. this particular protest was in response to a law that went into effect on friday night saying that any gatherings that are larger than 50 people, they have to talk to the police beforehand, at least eight hours beforehand to talk about the route, the timing and what the protest is going to be like. in this particular protest, there were 5,000 people. so according to this new law that was in effect, all of these people were breaking the law. it can carry a fine anywhere from $7,000 to $35,000. >> they are basically trying to eliminate protests at all. >> sounds like you are not allowed the right to protest.
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