Clean 'Old Smurf' Holm was last summer thrown away from Nørreport.
He lay and slept together with her boyfriend and dog Beauty. A policeman believed that the three constituted a 'utryghedsskabende' camp.
the Policeman stepped into my living room without taking the shoe off. He said that we should go home. But then I said that I would talk with his boss, where the hell do I sleep?, he says.
They were driven away from the station, but the policeman was in doubt, and set them a little away.
Since June 2018, the law against 'utryghedsskabende camps' given the police the ability to issue an extended zoneforbud against the homeless. Summary dismissal applies to an entire municipality, but it was, according to the minister of justice, mr Søren Pape Poulsen is not supposed to hit the Danish homeless.
On a cold day that calls for long underwear, meetings, Extra Magazine several homeless people on Christianshavns Torv. They tell that they do not want to sleep on the herbergerne, which they think is unsafe.
- the Problem occurs because there are many foreign homeless people on the herbergerne, which pushes the Danish homeless. And now, we must not sleep here anymore, says Rene Holm.
He is on the way to the dentist, and he has recently got an apartment provided by the municipality. But he knows more homeless people, there are come across of the law.
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Politician: Just how it is
Zoneforbuddet was adopted by the Left, Conservative, Liberal Alliance, the Social democrats and the Danish people's Party.
According to Peter Kofod, who is the spokesman in the DF is the story of Rene Holm, who was thrown away 'just how it is'.
But he believes the problem arises because the law does not discriminate against anyone.
- Denmark ought to take care of our own homeless. If we could discriminate, would we do it. The foreign homeless, which in fact is the problem, should be sent home. I think it is a big bust statement, that we have the Danish homeless.
the Trine Team, spokesman for the Social democrats, do not believe that the law works as intended, when it hits the Danish homeless. She has therefore tabled a question to the minister of justice to alter it.
- It was not the Minister of justice asked us in view at the time. But when it is said, so we have to have legislation because we have had huge problems with the foreign homeless people who pollute and leave behind droppings, she says.
the minister of Justice, mr Søren Pape Poulsen gives interview to Extra Magazine in Friday's newspaper.