On June 28th we started to publish regular updates with news about the NoG20 protests in Hamburg. Today with the demonstration against repression in the Hamburg-Harburg district, where the special G20 prison is and other updates. We will update this page regularly. Refresh the page to see the updates.
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Update 09:52pm NoG20 Hamburg: We stop our live coverage now. In the coming days we will publish more stories about the NoG20 protests and the aftermath. Thanks for reading.
Update 08:32pm NoG20 Hamburg: Hamburg’s daily Mopo writes that police union GdP (which calls itself a union but actually is a lobby organisation…) considers to file charges against Rote Flora spokesperson because of alleged sedition and incitement of crimes.
Update 07:45pm NoG20 Hamburg: Group of 20 fascists in and around Schanze district. Take care!
Video below: #NoG20 #Hamburg Final Pressconference, July 9th 2017 (Not July 8th like in the title) at Millerntor Stadium (FC St. Pauli)
Update 03:55pm NoG20 Hamburg: Video from a police helicopter camera from friday night in the Schanze district (you can see its from friday night at the end of the video on the right below the camera display). The footage show people throwing objects and a molotov cocktail from the roof.
Hamburg, Germany: Responsibility Claim for the Torching of a Diplomatic Vehicle during the G20 Summit
Update 03:40pm NoG20 Hamburg: Commanding cop of the G20 police operation Dudde, announced police authorities will deploy SEK squads at demonstrations in the future during a press conference a little bit earlier this afternoon. The SEK squads were the cops with machine guns who appeared on Friday and Saturday night.
Image: SEK squad at Pferdemarkt in Hamburg last night.
#NoG20 Raids and Arrests at The End of #G20HAM17 Summit
Press release #16 from 8 July 2017. Directly after the day of action against the G20 summit on 7 July and the police’s evacuation of the Schanzenviertel quarter, the LKA (police authority of the federal state) raided the international centre B5 in the Brigittenstrasse in St.Pauli.
Update 03:06pm NoG20: Cops check cars and buses at motorway service area Stolper Heide at A10. Seems they fear “follow-up riots” in Berlin. People demand to speak with lawyers. There are also tweets about cops checking cars and buses in other German states.
Update 02:46pm NoG20 Hamburg: Mayor Scholz threatens Rote Flora indirectly with consequenses during press conference.
Update 02:20pm NoG20 Hamburg: Powerful and loud people at the GeSa G20 prison in the Harburg district.
Update 02:15pm NoG20 Hamburg: Demo arrived at GeSa prison in the Harburg district.
Update 01:45pm NoG20 Hamburg: Demo against repression in Harburg ditrict is marching again. Livestream: here
Update 01:38pm NoG20 Hamburg: Demo stopped by riot cops at Moorstr. in Harburg district.
Update 01:29pm NoG20 Hamburg: Spontaneous solidarity along the route of the demo against repression in Hamburg’s Harburg district.
Update 01:24pm NoG20 Hamburg: More than 1000 people march to the special G20 prison now, demanding the release of all Nog20 prisoners.
Update 01:06pm NoG20 Hamburg: Demo against repression in the Harburg district is ready to start marching.
Update 12:40pm NoG20 Hamburg: At the moment there are still 100 people in the G20 prison in Hamburg-Harburg. About 300 people gathering against repression at Hamburg-Harburg Rathausplatz.
#NoG20 #Hamburg Hates the Police
Press release #15 from 8 July 2017 On 7th July 2017 the G20 summit in Hamburg officially opened – the protests on the other hand had started long before. Although 15.000 police officers were present in the city already the deployment of further police forces was requested and approved. Nevertheless the police lost complete control over some parts of Hamburg during the night after opening day. Neither the use of more than 20 water cannons nor armed vehicles, neither the massive use of riot control agents nor physical assaults made it possible to regain control. Ultimately even heavily armed special riot control squads were patrolling in the streets.
Continue reading at: https://enoughisenough14.org/2017/07/09/nog20-hamburg-hates-the-police/
#NoG20 #Hamburg Police: Rather Leave Injured Behind Than Take Prisoners
Press release #14 from 7 July 2017
In the early hours of the 7th of July, the action day against the G20 summit started with blockades of the delegates routes and of the harbour. Even in the forbidden zone, declared by a general decree, thousands of summit opponents came together for smaller and bigger actions and participated in diverese actions. Unfortunately – just as on the day before – people got injured.