Another Day, Another Riot at the Asylum Center

This time it was in Lower Bavaria, and required thirty police cars to contain. Some of the boisterous “youths” may even be prosecuted! I can’t wait to see how many hours of community service they get sentenced to…

Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:01   On Tuesday evening at around 7 p.m. thirty patrol cars arrived from all over Lower Bavaria,
00:05   including the federal and riot police. They were equipped with helmets, and some officers
00:08   had body cameras, according to eyewitnesses. Apparently refugees were fighting
00:13   in front of the refugee center. About 20 to 30 people
00:17   attacked each other, which included throwing stones.
00:20   Nine people have been injured. —There were two groups, on the one hand asylum seekers
00:27   involved in the group of people, but on the other hand there were members of the security service
00:31   present simply trying to separate the groups of people before the police arrived.
00:36   A policeman was also injured when he tried to arrest a suspect.
00:41   There are 330 asylum seekers living at the refugee center.
00:45   The police detained a total of six people.
00:48   Their involvement is being investigated, for which they may be charged with criminal assault.
 

4 thoughts on “Another Day, Another Riot at the Asylum Center

  1. Dear Baron and Dymphna,

    I can’t watch any of your videos – haven’t been able to since you started using D.tube – does anyone know if it’s been blocked by the Australian government? There are some disturbing examples of certain sites being blocked by Telstra (our largest telecommunications network, part owned by the Australian government …) and Vodafone among others. In Telstra’s case, it amounts to censorship!

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