Germany doesn’t allow ultra-left site after riots during G20 summit
The German government has a ultra-left website banned, after on the site under more called for violence during the G20 summit in Hamburg.
On the site, with the name Linksunten.Indymedia, is currently only an error message will be displayed.
In a statement proposed to the ministry of Home Affairs that the site is “the central communication platform for violent left-wing extremists”.
According to the ministry were at the site for more tips exchanged about methods to be violent protest against the state and against political dissidents. The police did searches in the activists in the southwestern state of Baden-Württemberg and found it under more knives, batons and slingshots. Also computers were seized.
At the beginning of July there was chaos in the centre of Hamburg, as demonstrations against the G20 summit count a lot on the riots. Were cars set on fire and stones and firebombs at the police, and thrown. More than 200 agents were injured and there were dozens of rioters arrested.