Arrested Activist are FREE! Re: Police Brutality against Embassy Occupation

Arrested Activist are FREE! Re: Police Brutality against Embassy
Occupation – update by Miloud Lahmar

Unite against Colonial Injustice! …. Stop Police Brutality!

We remain in Solidarity with the activists and to all those who have
contributed to make the protest possible. Power to the People!

We in Jena express our Solidarity with the Refugees and all the Protesters
in Berlin and with every Refugee getting persecuted in the world, Berlin
is just the beginning, more to come, Refugees went out to the streets and
they’re not coming back without taking their rights back.

Flash back:
We got the information that the activists who participated in the embassy
occupation were arrested by the police.

Amongst the ones arrested (28 as we are updated) inside the embassy were
Rex Osa from the VOICE Refugee Forum as well as activists of the Caravan
for the Rights of refugees and migrants and activists of the protest tent.
The police took away two cameras from the press team of the
protestmarch/protestcamp and one tablet computer. Some persons was beaten.
The arrested were taken to cells in Tempelhofer Damm. They had to undergo
identity control. 10 of them are now together in one cell, others are
being kept in single cells.

Police also brutalized the activists protesting outside the embassy
building by using pepperspray. At least two were also arrested. Amongst
them is Mbolo Yufanyi who was brutalized outside the embassy building. His
arrest took place after he entered the building to meet the leader of the
police group to denounce the police and come out again. He had to be
treated in an ambulance car.

There was a spontaneous solidarity demonstration of more than 100 people
from the Nigerian Embassy to Oranienplatz where the protest camp is.
Police even went inside the demo in order to arrest people. There were
lots of police cars around the protest camp at Oranienplatz at the moment
soon after the protest at the emnbassy.

According to camp activists the number of persons arrested at the embassy
protest and during the demonstration is 28 altogether.

The VOICE Refugee Forum denounce the Police brutality against the Refugees
in Berlin and everywhere, this is not more than the ugly face of this
System, a system that was build on terrorizing Refugees and migrants.

The Refugees in Germany with their consistency are on the way to take back
there right, all united for the aim of living freely with dignity.

We in Jena express our Solidarity with the Refugees and all the Protesters
in Berlin and with every Refugee getting persecuted in the world, Berlin
is just the beginning, more to come, Refugees went out to the streets and
they’re not coming back without taking their rights back.

Unite against Colonial Injustice! …. Stop Police Brutality!

Miloud Lahmar – The VOICE Refugee Forum

FREE THE REFUGEES IN BERLIN – The International MIGRANTS Alliance Europe
http://thevoiceforum.org/node/2830

Police Brutality against Embassy Occupation – update
http://thevoiceforum.org/node/2823

The VOICE Refugee





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