the Frontman in the band Lukas Graham grew up in Christiania and has therefore often had the police working methods, when they have tried to keep track of the cases in the Pusher Street.
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In a posting on Instagram chains Graham his own experiences along with the current events in the UNITED states, which right now is in turmoil after a 44-year-old police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota behaved so heavy-handed facing an afro-american citizen, a man by the name of George Floyd died.
On Instagram tells Luke Graham to its 629.000 followers that he, personally, is very afraid of the police, because he has seen what they can find on the.
A very young Lukas Graham in the melee with kampklædt police in Christiania. Photo: Jan Sommer
'I am 31 years old, and I am very afraid of the police, because I have seen what they can do, and what they are willing to do to a person. Guilty or not'.
On his childhood experiences, he writes:
'I grew up with police brutality, cops in kampudstyr, who performed the searches, wrongful arrests and handing out beatings. Tear gas reminds me of kindergarten. I was 10 years old when I was frisked for the first time, and my backpack was emptied on the ground'.
Luke in a previous interview with u.s. Vice Magazine revealed how heavily it has also sometimes gone for themselves.
In the interview, he told that when the officers stormed the city 'to fucke with the neighborhood', had he and his friends have no problems with throwing molotov cocktails – that is, homemade bombs – against politibilerne to scare them away.
In June 2005, he was arrested for insulting behaviour towards the police, since there was carried out a raid on Christiania.
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I grew up with police brutality, cops in riot gear doing raids, wrongful arrests and beating. Teargas reminds me of kindergarten. I was 10 when I was frisked they first time and my backpack emptied on the ground. I'm 31 years old and I’m very scared of the police because I've seen what they can do and what they are willing to do to a person. Guilty or not. #BLACKLIVESMATTER
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