In London on 13 June, during a protest in protection of monuments the law enforcers arrested over 100 people. This publication reports the Evening standard.
Far-right activists and football hooligans, despite the ban of the authorities, came to “protect the monuments” by acting against racism demonstrators.
People were arrested for offences, in particular: the violent riots and attacks on police officers, possession of weapons and drugs.
During the rally, injuring six policemen and at least 13 members of the public. In the hospital was delivered six people.
British media have bypassed photos on which the unknown man defecating near a memorable sign to the police officer Keith Palmer, killed during the terrorist attack at Westminster bridge in 2017. 28-year-old man who is suspected of “violating public decency”, was arrested after the police declared him wanted.
Absolute shame on this man.
Of all the images to emerge over these few testing days I find this one of the most abhorrent.
Please help identify him. pic.twitter.com/8ydcNmTWrN
— Tobias Ellwood MP (@Tobias_Ellwood) June 13, 2020