At a lateral thinker demo in Nuremberg on October 9th, representatives of the press are said to have been aggressively attacked.
The photographer Rüdiger Löster reports.
Nuremberg - On Saturday (October 9th) a demonstration of the so-called “lateral thinkers” took place in Nuremberg *.
1,700 people took to the streets.
According to the police *, apart from a few incidents, the demo was largely trouble-free.
Nuremberg: lateral thinkers insulted photographers as "Nazis"
The Nuremberg photographer Rüdiger Löster sees it differently.
He and other representatives of the press were aggressively attacked and threatened by activists, he told the
In addition, the photographers should have allowed themselves to be insulted as "Nazis" over and over again.
This is also shown in a video that is available to the broadcaster.
Nuremberg: Demonstrators threatened with "Nuremberg 2.0 trial"
Some demonstrators threatened a “Nuremberg 2.0 trial”.
Your argument: The use of corona vaccines is just as bad as “what was done with Zyklon B in Auschwitz,” says Löster.
Between 1945 and 1949, leading representatives of the National Socialists were convicted as major war criminals at the Nuremberg trials.
Löster has been reporting on the right-wing extremist scene in Bavaria for years.
According to his own statements, he has already been threatened several times.
At the demonstration on Saturday "a particular aggressiveness could be felt".
Some participants would have used loud horns right next to the ears of the press people.
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