Foreign Journalists Whining About Getting Attacked by Cops in America

They attack us too, you faggots.

Maybe you should stay in your own countries if you don’t want to get attacked by American cops.

Swiss Info:

Three Swiss television journalists say that they were shot at with rubber bullets by police during a demonstration in the United States city of Minneapolis last weekend. Nobody was hurt. The incident is one of many reported press freedom violations amid widespread US protests.

The team made up of Gaspard Kühnexternal link from French-language public television RTS, Max Herber from the Italian-language service RSI and cameraman Jean-Pascal Azaïs was reporting on ongoing anti-racism demonstrations in the city following the death of African-American George Floyd at the hands of a police officer.

According to a report by German-language public television SRF on Fridayexternal link, the incident happened last Saturday, shortly after 8pm. Kühn told the SRF radio programme  “Heute Morgen” that the team was trying to leave the area where protests were taking place. They approached the police, showing their press passes and calling out that they were journalists, asking for safe passage. Police told the men to “back up”, Kühn said, and then shot rubber bullets at them.


A police union for the U.S. Park Police will not be releasing the name of the officer involved in an attack on an Australian TV crew that was reporting on the D.C. protests on Monday.

The incident was caught on camera and broadcast live on air on the Australian show “Sunrise.”

Kenneth Spencer, chairman of The Fraternal Order of Police United States Park Police Labor Committee, said in a statement that the union will not identify the officer due to the pending investigation of U.S. Park Police and “Privacy Act issues.”

Two U.S. Park Police officers have been assigned administrative duties while an investigation is conducted on what happened.

Spencer also said U.S. Park Police can be contacted regarding the supervisor involved because the union does not represent sergeants.

Spencer said reporter Amelia Brace and cameraman Tim Myers were in a “very dangerous area in the middle of violent protesters” that were being cleared from Lafayette Park. U.S. Park Police said in a statement that protesters threw projectiles around 6:30 p.m. Monday.

I am opposed to the cops and I’m not going to defend them, but I have to wonder if these foreigners don’t purposefully put themselves in situations where the cops are going to attack them so they can go out and whine about it.