Three people have been arrested on suspicion of violent disorder following a protest outside a hotel where illegal alien Muslim invaders are being housed in Merseyside. Police said officers in Prescot were dealing with two groups of protesters after a demonstration descended into chaos outside the Suites Hotel in Ribblers Lane on Friday evening.
Daily Mail Videos shared on social media appear to show a police van on fire and officers carrying riot shields in the area
Knowsley MP Sir George Howarth said the demonstration was triggered by “an alleged incident on social media” and criticized information claiming refugees were “feather-bedded” inside.
‘The people of Knowsley are not bigots and are welcoming to people escaping from some of the most dangerous places in the world in search of a place of safety. Those demonstrating against refugees at this protest tonight do not represent this community. We are not like that and overwhelmingly behave with sympathy and kindness to others regardless of where they come from.’
Merseyside’s Police & Crime Commissioner Emily Spurrell condemned the ‘shocking and concerning’ violence outside the Suites Hotel.
She said on Twitter: ‘Deeply shocking and concerning scenes of violence in Knowsley this evening.’Utterly unacceptable behaviour, putting officers & public in danger. ‘I am monitoring the situation closely. There is absolutely no excuses for this.’
Clare Moseley, bleeding heart far-left socialist founder of refugee charity Care4Calais, said she was among 100 to 120 people from pro-illegal migrant groups who went to the scene in reaction to the protest to show support for the irregular asylum seeker-wannabes.
She spoke to Sky News about the “violent scenes” and said fireworks were set and rocks were thrown and claimed people she falsely described as “far-right” set a police van on fire.
She said: ‘Somebody said that one of the protesters had got on top of the police van.
‘And then next thing you know somebody says they’ve set the police van on fire!
‘And you looked and you could see fire coming out of the window of the police van.
‘And you think, how on earth could they have got past the police cordon, got to the police van, got on top of it? There was a lot of police there.
‘And then next thing the police van just completely exploded and there was a lot of fire, there was clouds of smoke, lots more police started coming down the road.
‘You could see there was fighting starting to break and then the police started going down there in full riot gear.
‘Groups of police with shields, full head to toe riot gear going down there.
‘I’m trying to get in touch with some of the poor men in that hotel, I can only imagine how frightened they are.
‘It was like a war zone.’
Assistant Chief Constable Paul White called the scenes “completely unacceptable”.
He said: “We will always respect the right to protest when these are peaceful, but the scenes tonight were completely unacceptable, putting those present, our officers and the wider community in danger.
“Thankfully we have not had any serious injuries reported up to this point, but for officers and police vehicles to be damaged in the course of their duty protecting the public is disgraceful.”
Sir George said: “I have referred an alleged incident posted on social media, which has triggered a demonstration outside the Suites Hotel, to Merseyside Police and Knowsley Council.
“Until the police have investigated the matter, it is too soon to jump to conclusions and the effort on the part of some to inflame the situation is emphatically wrong.”
Merseyside’s Police Commissioner Emily Spurrell described the scenes of violence as “deeply shocking and concerning”
Apparently, the so-called “far -right” protesters are getting a lot of support from the general public.