Swedish police are building cages - expect riots

Swedish police are building cages - expect riots
Swedish police expect riots in Gothenburg and are currently building cages in the police garage.

Police in Gothenburg are preparing for the Nordic Resistance Movement's demonstration in Göteborg next Saturday, and are right now building 60 cages in the police garage, reports SVT. The cages will be used as temporary arrest for hundreds of people.

It was Aftonbladet who first reported that the Gothenburg police are currently installing cages in the garage for the arrest of hundreds of people.

The garage will be used primarily during the EU summit in November, when there is a risk that the extremist Left could repeat the riots from the EU summit in 2001. The risk of riots during the meeting is considered to be "significant".

But the garage may also be used as a temporary arrest during the Nordic Resistance Movement's demonstration on Saturday, September 30, as there is also a risk of clashes on that date.

- The main objective is the EU summit. I hope we will not have to use them on Saturday, police spokesman Tommy Nyman told SVT.

The cages can accommodate 350 people, five in each cage.

- I think it looks very professional, says a source who has seen the cages, to the newspaper.

The police's goal is to avoid clashes. However, riots may still occur.

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