Polish prosecutors have indicted ten members of the Antifa “No Border” group, including one German national, after riots at a closed migrant camp near the town of Krosno Odrzańskie, according to Polish broadcaster TVN24.
Last Saturday, several members of the group gathered in front of the headquarters of the Polish border protection agency and demanded better treatment of immigrants. Among other things, they chanted: “Stop criminalizing migration.”
According to the Gazeta Lubuska newspaper, around a hundred people from Germany also traveled to the unregistered protest. During the evening, protesters reportedly threw stones, flares, and firecrackers at police officers, injuring two officers.
The security forces initially arrested eleven people, and charges have now been brought against ten of them. Eight men and two women are among the accused. The police are also investigating five other Germans.
“No Border” is an Antifa network that extends across the entire European continent. The group’s supporters are calling for the abolition of existing national borders and the right to settle anywhere without restrictions.