Sol becomes the epicenter of the riots by Hasel

The arrest of the rapper Pablo Hasel has generated new riots and police charges this Tuesday afternoon. A few minutes after 8:00 p.m., the protesters gathered at 7:00 p.m. in Sol, have begun to launch different objects such as cans or bottles to the police officers. The first charges have started around 8:00 p.m. when the tension has increased and the protesters have been defiant, throwing larger objects such as municipal rubbish and another type of urban real estate. The congregation has uttered different chants against the agents such as ‘Being a police officer, I would be ashamed’, ‘Get out of our streets policemen’ or ‘Nazi by day, Police at night’.

The protests have also damaged the door of the Sol metro and public land, since the protesters they have started to tear off large cobblestones to throw at the police. There have also been signs of fire in what appeared to be incendiary ‘spray’. At around 8:30 p.m., the National Police officers reloaded and shot rubber balls. Since the beginning of the protests, a double police line has been located at the Puerta del Sol to prevent the access of those gathered, who have thrown objects at the agents and have caused damage to street furniture.

Hasel riot

The demonstration had started peacefully and has already recorded almost an hour of incidents. The tension has been increasing in the outskirts of the square and finally the National Police has fired tear gas at 9:00 p.m. On Correos Street, protesters have started burning public containers. Police keep charging. On the other hand, in Barcelona there are also police charges and urban real estate fires near Plaza Cataluña. At the same time, Madrid registered the first arrests by plainclothes agents, and Calle Mayor became the most conflictive due to the flames caused by the protesters. A fire truck had to go to the Plaza del Sol.


Source: LA INFORMACIÓN – Lo último by www.lainformacion.com.

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