Sydney protest: man charged with kicking hero police dog


Kicked ... hero dog Chuck.Kicked … hero dog Chuck. Photo: Simone De Peak

A man has been charged after he allegedly assaulted two police officers and kicked hero police dog Chuck in the ribs during a violent protest in Sydney’s CBD last month.

The 26-year-old is the 12th person to be charged over violence that erupted during the September 15 demonstration of about 500 people against the anti-Islamic film Innocence of Muslims.

Police will allege the man punched an Australian Federal Police officer in the head outside the US Consulate building in Martin Place while protesting.

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2 Replies to “Sydney protest: man charged with kicking hero police dog”

  1. At kast, right down the page..

    Muslim convert Benjamin Homan, 23, of Bankstown in Sydney’s south west, apologised in Downing Centre Local Court for his behaviour in the demonstrations that turned into an ugly melee last month.

  2. who gives a a shit he is responsible for his actions, a bit late to show remorse its just an attempt to pull the wool over our eyes so he can do it all over again at the next protest.
    I’m surprised he didn’t blame his brain, that it wasn’t connected to the rest of his body at the time or that the fact that its his religion that allows him to act in that fashion.

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