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Germany: Hells Angels protest against ban on public display of logo in Berlin

0 14.09.2019 Инфо

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SOT, Andre Sommer, President of Hells Angels Motorcycle Club (German): "In this country there are people who want to reduce our freedom due to what they call security but they just get the opposite."
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SOT, Peter, Hells Angels Motorcycle Club member (German): "Our goal is to demonstrate for freedom. That's the thing, to get freedom as human beings and to do what we want to do and that's the reason we are here."
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SCRIPT
Hundreds of members of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club from across Germany protested against the government's ban on displaying the group's logo in public. They rallied on motorcycles from Biesdorf in East Berlin towards Berlin's Victory Column.
"In this country there is people who wants to reduce our freedom due to what they call security but they just get the opposite," said the president of the club Andre Sommer.
According to a law passed by the German Federal parliament in 2017, the Hells Angels are not allowed to wear their club's badge, a winged skull, in public.