Military and National Police agents violently removed a banner from a woman and her daughter who were walking with the material. The incident occurred on a street, which, as seen in a video of the event, appears to be an exclusive sector of the National District.
The video shows when the ladies are intercepted by one of several agents stationed in the area. She asks the agents the reason for wanting to remove the poster and sends them to go to the Plaza de la Bandera, where there are people protesting. He also tells him that he will continue with his material and continues his step.
“Because we are free and normal citizens, go to the square that is full and I will not leave my side, I go where I am going,” said the woman.
It was then, when an agent asks another, what if I let her go, what causes her to react and ask her how does she leave me? The agent tells him: “You can’t be going through posters around here.”
“Look sir I come from the Plaza, leave me that banner,” added the lady and the agent begins to try to remove the banner violently. The lady’s daughter explains to the police that the banner says nothing “against the party.”
“No, no, they can’t have banners,” the agent replies and a struggle is observed while the woman says: “But don’t take it away like that,” you read what it says there, this is a song by Sonia Silvestre “,” But don’t destroy it, my banner, don’t destroy it, please, what kind of democracy is this, where do we destroy a banner? “The woman laments, while an agent orders another to take the material.
At no time in the video do women or agents look at their faces, but there are several towers of buildings and several agents.
— Yurel De Jesús to www.gentetuya.com