Forbidden symbols, right-wing extremist banners and song lyrics: A right-wing scene concert in Dresden is broken up. There are complaints – also for incitement to hatred.
The police broke up a right-wing extremist concert in Dresden. The police said the officers received a tip about the event on Saturday. On site, the emergency services prevented live music that was associated with the right-wing extremist scene from being played.
They found several right-wing extremist banners and merchandise with banned symbols. In total, the personal details of 76 people were recorded. The police filed nine criminal charges for, among other things, the use of license plates of unconstitutional organizations and sedition.
In addition to officers from the Dresden Police Department, the 300 emergency services also included police officers from Bavaria and Saxony. A police helicopter from Thuringia was also in action.
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