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Cell phone video of the police operation in Reutlingen is making waves

Several arrests were made during a corona protest in Reutlingen. A cell phone video showing the police officers' actions is making waves on the internet.

Reutlingen – The city of Reutlingen near Stuttgart and the responsible district office had banned an elevator as a protest against the Corona measures last Saturday. Nevertheless, up to 1,000 people moved through downtown Reutlingen. When the police tried to break up the group, there was an assault on the emergency services. A cell phone video shows the subsequent arrest of a suspect. The procedure is reminiscent of the George Floyd case.
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The George Floyd case caused worldwide consternation last year. The African American died in a police operation after an officer kneeled on his neck for several minutes. * BW24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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