Sun. Mar 7th, 2021

The arrest of a woman in Australia for promoting an anti-lockdown protest online has drawn criticism, after video of the incident went viral.

Footage shows officers handcuffing pregnant woman Zoe-Lee Buhler, 28, in her home in Victoria on Wednesday in front of her partner and children.

She starts crying during the arrest, telling police: “I didn’t realise I was doing anything wrong.”
Authorities have defended the officers, saying they acted appropriately.
Victoria has been in lockdown since July to curb a coronavirus outbreak that has fuelled Australia’s second wave.

Authorities have imposed stay-at-home rules and a curfew in Melbourne, the state capital. The lockdown has closed many businesses and banned gatherings around the state.
Many people support the measures but others oppose them, and they have been targeted by a fringe anti-lockdown movement.

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5 thoughts on “Coronavirus: Australian anti-lockdown suspect’s arrest draws controversy – BBC News”
  1. NUMBERS are being manipulated LIARS!!!!! Leaders officials traitors!!! NO TO VACCINATION!!!! In the USA millions infected NOT true!! But NOW that bill gates set free a billion mosquitos full of covi 19 the 2 wave it’s going to be deadly…

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