Dubingen. In front of the home of Dorothy’s Mayor Boris Palmer, several people protested against the mandatory vaccination and openly attacked the Green politician in calls. Palmer said Monday that the incident happened Monday, last week. When the committee returned home in the evening, about 20 to 30 people had gathered in front of his house. To be on the safe side, he went to a side street and called the police.
His wife told him that protesters had shouted “Palmer die”. He considers those involved to be so-called “walkers” who have been marching through the city on Mondays for weeks, protesting against the mandatory vaccination and corona measures.
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A spokesman for police headquarters in Reutlingen confirmed the incident. However, until a patrol arrives, more people are not on site. Green politician Palmer avoided reporting because of the lack of confidence in the victory. There were animosities against him before, but it was a new quality. First, the “Built” newspaper reported on the incident.
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