bbc.com 03 May, 2021 16:00 am

Kill the Bill protest: Man charged over police officer assaults

Kill the Bill protest: Man charged over police officer assaults
Christian Jackson has been released on bail and is due to appear before magistrates in July.

Kill the Bill protest: Man charged over police officer assaults Published About sharing image captionAvon and Somerset Police said items were thrown at officers after the peaceful protest had finished A man has been charged with five counts of assaulting a police officer after the latest Kill the Bill protest in Bristol.Police said items were thrown at officers by a group which gathered outside a High Street property after a peaceful protest had ended.uk Bristol Avon and Somerset Constabulary Coronavirus lockdown measures Related Internet Links Avon and Somerset Police The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.Christian Jackson, 35, of Jamaica Street, Bristol, was arrested on Saturday and charged on Sunday.

About 200 protesters had earlier marched from College Green to the start of the M32, where police blocked their path.Send your story ideas to: [email protected]

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