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Police clash with G20 demonstrators at the temporary dentention center in Toronto.

One of the alleged ringleaders of G20 protests in Toronto plans to file an application for a review of his bail conditions.

Supporters say in a release that Alex Hundert will submit the application today in Ontario Superior Court.

Hundert was released on $100,000 bail following his arrest in June on three counts of conspiracy related to G20 activities.

He was arrested again Sept. 17, after taking part in a panel discussion at Ryerson University, for allegedly violating his bail conditions.

Hundert was released last week after agreeing to new bail conditions, which included a ban on him speaking to the media, no association with certain people or posting on the Internet.

Groups including the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and the Canadian Association of Journalists have said the bail conditions go too far.