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Patrick Hutchinson slid over the shoulder of an opponent protester who was allegedly attacked near the Waterloo station.
Black Lives Matter, who carried a wounded man to safety during violent clashes in London, told Sky News “he doesn’t want to see him die”.
A photo of the opposite protester on Patrick Hutchinson’s shoulder went viral after violent clashes in London on Saturday. The white man was on the ground and was beaten by protesters when he said that Mr. Hutchinson had come to a violent and violent scene like “hectic”. Called the hero, Mr. Hutchinson said that when some people kick the man off the ground, he threw it over his shoulder and led him to the riot police officers.
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Patrick Hutchinson said: “His life was under threat, so I just went under, scooped him up, put him on my shoulders and started marching towards the police with him.”
Hutchinson compared the intervention to the lack of action by Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of George Floyd. “If three other police officers who were standing around when George Floyd was killed had thought of intervening and preventing his colleagues from doing what we did, George Floyd would have been alive just like us.
“I just want equality, equality for all of us. At the moment, the scales are unfairly balanced and I just want things to be fair for my children and my grandchildren.”
Mr Hutchinson said the killing of George Floyd in the US, where officers stood by as a police officer knelt on his neck until he lost consciousness and died, prompted him to help the man because “we’re different”.
“Hopefully people will remember it but ultimately we hope it’s going to be some catalyst to change and overall equality,” he said.
“If the three police officers that stood by and watched had done what we have done, he would still be here today.
“When I saw that my heart bled and I thought we’re different, we’re not like that. Humanity first.”
After police protested against far-right activists’ BLM groups, 113 people were arrested, including a 28-year-old man detained for suspected urination by a Westminster monument dedicated to murdered police officer Keith Palmer. Metropolitan police said their officers were injured after they were hit, punched, or hit by the missile when they encountered hundreds of angry demonstrators who claimed that the statues were protected.
At least 23 police officers were injured during the violent clashes, which involved several hundred anti-racism protesters and rival demonstrators.
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