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Berlin: Police kills anti-Corona demonstrator

During the Querdenker demonstration and other demonstrations and protests in Berlin at the weekend (Sunday, 1 August 2021) for basic rights and against „Corona measures“, a demonstrator was killed by a police arrest. The 49-year-old man was a member of the government-critical party „die Basis“. The party writes on the killing of the opposition politician:

„Yesterday, a Basis member was thrown to the ground and arrested by police in Berlin. In the measure, according to the police, he collapsed and died in hospital a short time later.“

Note: If they murder/kill/treat you during a demonstration, then you have „collapsed and died in a measure“, i.e. quite professionally, under expert supervision, so to speak.

dieBasis is looking for eyewitnesses to the incident via Telegram call:

„We are still looking for eyewitnesses to the death mentioned above, preferably someone with video footage of the incident. It’s about an arrest on 1.8. around 4:30 pm at the corner of Tempelhofer Ufer / Luckenwalder Str. Anyone who saw or filmed something of an arrest there or filmed the police action itself, please contact me @Henning_Basis_Berlin. Thank you“

Berlin police mock the fatality in a terse press release titled „Man collapses – rescue efforts unsuccessful.

By the way, Nazis are treated quite differently in Berlin:

He refers to demonstrators as Nazis, but Nazis as demonstrators:

„‚Several hundred neo-Nazis plan to march through Berlin-Spandau this Saturday to mark the 30th anniversary of the death of Hitler’s deputy Rudolf Hess….

Parties such as the SPD, the Greens and the Left, trade unions and alliances against the right had announced peaceful protests against the neo-Nazis….

A ban on the neo-Nazi demonstration had been demanded by several parties in recent weeks. However, the Berlin Senate Interior Administration had rejected this and pointed out the importance of freedom of assembly.‘

That was in 2017. Even then, the interior senator was Andreas Geisel. He was backed by Red-Red-Green.“

Translated with Deepl, German original here.

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