All major unions for the Spanish police forces have bitten back at the extreme-right party Vox over their criticism of the riot police.
A man stands accused of grave public disorder and an affront to authority after bombarding officers objects up to the size of butane bottles.
There is no doubt about it; the Catalan independence movement won the PR war yesterday, thanks to scenes of riot police laying into people trying to vote.
So there were the riot police in Burgos, skipping, gleefully behind fleeing protesters when they came across some firemen… These sturdy gentlemen were very busy indeed, trying to put out a blazing rubbish hopper.
The Central Government intends to pass a new law, Ley de Seguridad Ciudadana, which makes it a serious offense to demonstrate outside the Spanish Parliament without requesting permission or with permission denied.
…When the vans used by the riot police can’t go faster than 90, have unserviceable seatbelts and u/s air-con – is nothing sacred?