“When such a killing occurs, it’s normal for people to snap.”
Anti-racism protestors outnumbered those defending so-called “Canadian culture” yet again.
A right-wing Facebook page started a witch hunt by claiming that a protester had blinded a policeman at the G20 protests.
Lutz Bachmann, 43, went on trial in April in the German city of Dresden. He was ordered to pay a fine of $11,000 but escaped prison for insulting refugees and immigrants in a social media post
Hundreds of leftist demonstrators protested against the anti-immigrant Alternative fur Deutschland (AfD) party as it held its annual congress. The party is becoming more popular in Germany amid terrorist attacks in Europe and increased immigration.
Lutz Bachmann called refugees "cattle" and "filth" but denies being a racist. His Pegida party has gained rapidly in popularity since its founding in 2014, as the migrant crisis divides Europe.
Lutz Bachmann was accused of disrupting public order after he called refugees in Europe "cattle" and "scum" on Facebook. A Dresden court said on Tuesday that his words constituted an "attack on [the refugees'] dignity."
About 200 people trudged in silence in the rain, held up placards reading 'Trump is right' and heard ex-EDL leader Tommy Robinson speak.