translated from cette semaine
September 21, 2010 - What went through Peter N.'s head on Sunday night? Having a "dispute" with the police, he took revenge by breaking the door to a police station with an extinguisher and vandalizing police cars.
Peter N. saw red on Sunday night in Liege. This resident of Seraing tried to demolish the door of the police station in Darchis Street shortly after 7:00 p.m., and broke several windows with a fire extinguisher. The individual fled the scene but had not finished with the police. He went to the police station in Liège outside which he attacked seven emergency vehicles with an iron bar, demolishing the windshield and mirrors.
He was apprehended on the spot and said he had acted this way because he had a "dispute" with the police in Seraing. He said he could not get at the police cars at Seraing because the vehicles were in a closed court. The man, Peter N., from Seraing, was taken before the public prosecutor of Liege.
MOLENBEEK - TRAP AGAINST POLICE WITH STONES AND MOLOTOVS
from suie e cendres
6/09/2010 - MOLENBEEK - Around 23h, police were called to a spot in Molenbeek for a 'theft with violence'. On arrival, the police patrol bumped into a fence which had been put on the road. They sensed something was wrong and then stones, sticks and molotov cocktails started to rain on their car and another police patrol car. Police said they have caught one person, 19 years old, who would have participated in the trap. The person had already been arrested earlier that day for rebellion against the police. He will now face charges for assault, armed gathering and criminal association.---
BRUSSELS - Compared to last year, more policemen have been attacked during controls. Police speak about a "total lack of respect for the uniform" with 77 policemen of the central zone of Brussels wounded during confrontations. The other police zones of Brussels didn't communicate any numbers. Police are speaking about people not accepting anymore to get an identity control (they try to run away or attack the cops straigt away) and more rebellions during arrests on the spot of a crime.