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Saturday, 28 July 2012

Zionist Olympics 2012, Over 100 Protesters Arrested During Last Night's Opening Ceremony


More than 100 cyclists were arrested by police close to the Olympic Stadium on the opening night of the Games.

There were scuffles between police and cyclists on the outskirts of the Olympic Park, at about 22:30 BST. People taking part in a monthly mass bike ride held in London said they were "kettled" near the stadium.

The Metropolitan Police said they had made arrests for Public Order offences but have not responded to the kettling claim.

The force said two groups had been detained - the first on Bow Flyover and the other in Warton Road, Stratford. A spokesman for Scotland Yard said: "A number of people in breach of regulations imposed on a monthly cycling event have been arrested."

In a statement, the force said the conditions on the cycle ride had been put in place "to prevent serious disruption to the community and the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games".



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