Investigators spoke with numerous witnesses, including security officials, members of the Ontario Soccer Association and the Chilean bus driver.
The officers involved were punched, kicked, spat upon and kicked in the groin," said Blair.
"During the violence, Chilean players dismantled the armrests and footrests of the bus seats. They smashed the windows of the bus to throw these -- and spit at -- the officers below them.
"They also threw D-cell batteries at the officers, clothes hangers and cans of deodorant. Four officers were struck by the projectiles thrown."
In total, 21 armrests and footrests were damaged on the bus and the windshield was smashed. Repairs are estimated to cost $35,000.
Earlier, a Chilean soccer player who was part of the brawl admitted that a teammate punched a female officer.
"I don't know who hit her, but yes, someone did hit a female officer," Isaias Peralta, who was tasered by police during the melee, told Chile's El Mercurio newspaper.
I guess we can amend the "unjustified aggression" to "lucky they weren't charged". It appears the only victim was Canada's reputation.