Even if the protest or demonstration (...) is not expected to be violent, we can provoke a bit, with unjustified and not at all peaceful arrests a few days earlier to heat up the ambient. We can also make pre-emptive raids in places where people of the ideology of the organizers meet with the pretext of searching for drugs or whatever. The raid will be badly done intently and with a humiliating treatment to heat up the emotions.Source: Tercera Información[es].
On top of the previous strategy, if some uncontrolled group initiates violent actions, police units will not move and even when destruction begins to be generalized, police actuation is delayed intently until the damages become socially unacceptable. It is then when police charges begin, charges that in no moment attempt to be dissuasive. Then we go directly against the demonstrators, who are already considered vandals, and attack them with enough speed so they cannot run away and are forced to physical combat.
In this stage the demonstrators can't but attack the police with all they have and that we have let them have. They are actually defending but it does not seem so. They have been corralled (...)
That is what we want (...) Those who have avoided the corralling, now face the rest of police units, who prevent them from running away and who do not take prisoners (no arrests). Dispersion is no voluntary but it is provoked by our batons and any attempt of resistance is contested with exaggerated violence and massive arrests.
Saturday, May 26, 2012
Manual of the Catalan policeman
It could be from anywhere else but it does explain what is happening in Catalonia under the rule of some sociopathtic personalities crowned with undue authority. Excerpts: