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A police blunder after Belgium-Portugal in Brussels? “When I got down, the blows were linked”, denounces Nidal

Nidal, a 21-year-old Schaerbeek, is one of six people who were administratively arrested for “disturbing public order” in downtown Brussels after the Belgium-Portugal football match (in the night from Sunday to Monday).

Supporting photos of his injuries, he explains in particular having been beaten up by the police and bitten by a police dog when he was not one of the individuals who infiltrated groups of Red Devils supporters to attack the police throwing projectiles at him.

> He tells us about his Sunday evening: “Suddenly, there are police officers coming out of nowhere, who land in front of us”

> The young man claims to have suffered violence from the police: “There, I decide to get down to show that I am cooperating and I think that is the mistake I made, because, in the moment when I got down on the ground, there, it was chained, that blows, blows everywhere “

When questioned by us, the Brussels Capital / Ixelles police zone told us that “the chief of staff requested an internal investigation” and did not wish to make any other comment.

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