Don't worry, they are going to alter it the moment something happens. Those HK P7s are sooooo sweet. These are typically excellent tools and great to shoot. We thought Nazi displays were illegal? ...
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- Don't worry, they'll change it as soon as something happens.
- Those HK P7s are sooooo sweet.
- They are excellent weapons and great to shoot.
- I thought Nazi displays were illegal? Why are they protecting them?
- People are free to assemble for whatever they want. As long as they don't show forbidden symbols (i.e. swastikas) or use forbidden phrases (i.e. "Heil Hitler"), they are protected by our constitution and the police has to make it possible for them to assemble.
- Thanks for this, that was my question as well..
- Because all registered demonstrations are protected. If they started waving swastikas or calling for genocide they would be arrested (if you could pick out the right ones), but if they stay within legal terrain (usually tiptoeing along the line) there's nothing one can do. Courts have lifted several bans so far.
- Anyone know what the numbers on the back of the vests indicate?
- It indicates their platoon and squad. Makes it easier for the officers to stick together and find each other if things get hectic.
- Oh my gawd, that protester is wearing a baclava! What is he hiding! Militarization of the protesters! Are you in this photo kraut?
- No, thats bavarian riot police. Masking your identity during a protest is actually illegal in Germany, but they probably had better things to do at that moment than to arrest him. Read more comments