Reporter Avi Yemini SUES Australian lockdown police for false arrest, assault
Just over a week ago, I was reporting the news from a peaceful protest in Melbourne, Australia, the most locked-down city in the world. Suddenly, a police commander walked up to me, jabbed me in the chest, and ordered his troops to arrest me. I was picked up, smashed to the ground and arrested, and led away in handcuffs. For no reason whatsoever.
I was later grudgingly
released by police without charges. But incredibly, late that same night,
police came to my family home to threaten me - to tell me I had been put on a
"list", and that police were watching me. This really is like China, isn't it?