COPENHAGEN DOMMERVAGT: A 17-year-old boy and a 55-year-old man was today produced in the grundlovsforhør, where they are accused for their role in the violent riots in and around Blågårds Plads 14. april, in conjunction with the Tight Course-party leader, Rasmus Paludan, had called for the demonstration.
Paludan reached briefly two times to reside on the old place in the heart of Nørrebro, before police carried him away. The police were massively present already ahead, because you figured that partilederens presence as well as dealing with the qur'an would create tremendous resentment among many muslims in the area.
After that the City was gone threw by a larger group of young people with different ethnic background, instead of the police. Here they were backed up by a group of autonomous. It did the prosecutor at today's hearing, Laura Birch, accounted for grundlovsforhøret.
Among those present was both the 17-year-olds and the 55-year-old, both with an immigrant background, and that both acknowledged to have been present at Blågårds Plads, but at the same time refused to have played roles in the riots.
the First man in the dock was 17-year-old, who was backed up by a representative of the social authorities, and who had family members sitting in the public gallery.
Here is thrown an impeller according to police in connection with riots in inner Nørrebro 14. april. Photo: Rasmus Flindt Pedersen
The 17-year-old living with his family in the local area. Specifically, he is charged with having thrown the first a plate and subsequently a trængestand after the police. He acknowledges that he has had the two objects in his hands, but denies that he purposefully threw them by the police.
He explained that he was taken on Blågårds Plads. He could see Paludan, from where he stood, but could not get him to throw with the Quran. And when the City was taken away by the police, chose the 17-year-olds to be on the square to see what was going to happen:
It was to follow along with in the mood, he explained at the grundlovsforshøret.
he explained how He at one point stood with a piece of plate in the hands, which he threw away.
But it was not in the direction of the police.
a Little later he stood then, with a trægenstand in one hand, but smoke so out of hand on him, because he was hit in the back of the head to a stone that was thrown behind, he explained.
His defense lawyer requested the boy be released, but the judge chose to varetægtsfængsle in the surrogate in the preliminary 12 days.
Then was the 55-year-olds turn to take a seat on the dock. He is charged with using a megaphone to have attempted to excite the anger of the people up with slogans and urged them to violence against the police.
He admitted to have cried in megafonen, but refused to have called for violence. He explained that he initially was on Blågårds Plads together with her grandchildren. Here he stayed at the playground, which is located at one end.
- I did not know that he (Paludan, red) should come, explained the small man at the hearing.
But suddenly there were many people, he added.
Around in Copenhagen was burned random cars after Rasmus paludan's short visit on Blågårds Plads. Photo: Philip Davali
He then described how he saw the City and play football with his brought Quran. And subsequently he followed the grandkids home, after which he again went on Blågårds Plads.
Here was the mood in the meantime become quite violent. The 55-year-old explained how the unknown had stuck a megaphone in his hand on him, and that he had used it.
'It is for us to decide here. Go out of here. Allahu akbar. Out of our area. Scram with you. Jerking back, we stand ready with stones.
How to believe the police that the 55-year-old cried in megafonen.
Conversely, explained the 55-year-old at today's hearing, that he had called on the police not to let the City be on the playground, and that he had warned the police that the angry young people were armed with stones.
The 55-year-old also explained that by paludan's next visit on Blågårds Plads, which took place some weeks later, the 55-year-old has been with that to make sure that there had not been trouble.
At today's hearing was the 55-year-old, however, remanded in custody, because the judge found that there was strong suspicion that the 55-year-old had called for violence against the police after Rasmus paludan's visit on Blågårds Plads, 14. april.