It was a group of friends from Arboga and Kungsör had been at the derby between AIK and Djurgården when they were cared for by the police. One of the group had Snapchatglasögon, sunglasses with a camera that can shoot short clips.
the DN has spoken with several people in the group, who are putting together a JO-notification to the police.
Hampus Eriksson started his glasögonkamera and captured parts of the process.
" I saw it something happened in front of me – it was just a reaction as well. It can be good to have, " he says.
the images show how a police officer beats a guy with the baton from behind while he walks with his hands in the air, and at another time how a police officer who wants the same person to put down his phone says: ”shall I break the finger on you, or?”
the fans that DN has spoken to say that they were on their way to eat something after the match and then go home, when they were designated by some police officers to turn and go down a flight of stairs. Where they went past a restaurant with Djurgårdssupportrar, and some came out and began to chase after them.
– So we had the choice to either go against the police or turn around and get beaten up by a number of djurgårdare, " says David Götelid, who was with.
He himself was beaten with batons on the lower legs when a police officer didn't like that he laid himself down fast enough, " he says.
" we were quite shocked. People were not prepared for it, and with that we knew that we had not done anything and we were not looking for a fight. It was not a pleasant situation. Especially not when it comes from the police, that we thought would protect us from djurgårdarna who wanted to fight with us.
another. Ola Österling, press officer of Police, has spoken with the police officer was the responsible officer on the spot.
" this group had for the third time, tried to break through a polisspärr to head down towards a collection of fans from the other team to confront them. When, for the third time it did so, it was decided that they would be disposed of. In connection with the awarding of a policeman a blow, " he says.
Police say that it was about a group of 30 people, they are in the group DN has spoken with estimate that they were about 15.
Friends say that a polispiket drove in front of them, the police jumped out and told them to run.
"It was then we just held up their hands and thought, oh, well, we go from here," says David Götelid.
Malcolm Ekström a batongslag against the back of the thigh.
" I was crazy scared because I didn't want to become discouraged. I went with the arms up in the air and tried to obey, but it didn't work, " he says.
Ola Österling out that the short video clips do not give the whole picture.
– A tiosekunderssekvens on a batongslag can look very bad. But you can put it in context. This was a process that lasted ten minutes, " he says.
On one of the movie clips screaming the police to the people to lie down. They were later removed from the bus and released by two and the two far outside of town: Some of whom were under the age of 18 years had to be retrieved by the parents. Police Ola Österling don't think any of the guys will be notified for any crime.
When they were on the ground took Malcolm Ekström up their phone. A police officer told him to put it down, and said, while he held in his finger:
" Shall I break the finger on you, or?
the responsible police commander about the incident, and he believes supporters sent messages and rang the bell ”to people who would come and witness this and be with in the supposed confrontation”. Therefore, it was decided that the phone would temporarily disposed of.
" Then it became a tug-of-war about this phone, and then he gets the finger in between, and when he tries to take the phone says the policeman, ”you may release your finger, otherwise, it breaks, it goes off if I take in the now”.
" I can only say that the explanation I have received of the responsible police, that his finger is stuck and he refuses to drop the phone. And if he twists where he will break a finger on this fotbollsupportern.
Malcolm Ekström says that he wanted to check his phone, but put it down immediately when the police said to him.
" I say on the video, ”no, I put it down, I lay it down”. For you never know, and if he had broken my finger there so it would not have been the most fun.
AIK-friends perceived the police as heated from the start.
" I don't know. It is if it happened to something in the past. Of course, we have AIK-shirts on the us, it is because we are supporters to the team, it has when you go to the match. So it looks very the same as any other. For we have not at all been there and sought confrontation. We went past there to another police patrol told us to go there, " says David Götelid.
Ola Österling says that the police in addition to the 142 the bay of bengal fires and a knallskott inside the arena, sums up the derby to two violent riots, an event in which stones and bottles were thrown at police officers, and two occasions before and after the match about 35 adults bused away from the arena, and just as many minors had to be retrieved by the parents.
He says a number of potential confrontations between the supporters was averted.
"We saw a higher willingness to confrontation between supporter groups," he says.
for General "skipped" a generation that organizes the AIK-fans, do not recognise the picture that the supporters should have tried to get at each other and the police.
– The events which I had reported to me seems to touch the people that do not should be interesting for the police to act against. And I think that these events have dire consequences for these people's confidence in the police in the future, " she says.
After the derby has, among others, the Swedish football association (written about the ”disproportionate aggression and lack of dialogue” from the police. The discussion about the police strategy to get away the bengal breed through limited matchtillstånd has been going on since the start of the allsvenskan.
" I don't really understand the rhetoric, because for all those occasions when people have been cared for, so we have prevented confrontations between the supporter groups. I witnessed myself the first before the game, and for me it was clear as day what happened. They tried to go down a path that was contrary to what the ordningsvakterna asked the spectators to go. And we had released them closer so, we could have had a disaster of a confrontation between different groups from the different teams, " says Ola Österling.
that they in General "skipped" a generation was worried before the derby for a more spiteful mood, and therefore went out with advice on how to act if you think that the police will take to the excessive use of force.
" Among other things, to show the hands and the back of the police acting aggressively toward one. It is also what I see the guy who then receive a batongslag in the back, so, unfortunately, helped this not him, " she says.
She says that there is a great frustration towards the police operations that supporters perceive as injustice.
" But I think that supporterkollektivet has managed to channel his frustration in a very healthy way, through debate, creative tifon and interaction with the clubs. What is missing now is the only interaction with the police.
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