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Third man charged after violent protests in Sydney


A third man has been charged with holding a violent street protest outside a church in southwest Sydney.

Trouble broke out on Bellfield Street on Tuesday night. Small group of LGBTQI+ activists attacked outside church NSW One Nation leader Mark Latham before giving his speech.

Mr Latham was invited to speak on parental rights at a church hall ahead of Saturday’s New South Wales elections.

Police said LGBTQI+ activists were attacked by a large mob, who beat them and police with glass bottles and other projectiles.

A constable was injured and a riot squad was called to disperse the uncontrolled crowd.

Detectives charged two men, ages 34 and 41, on Wednesday, while the 42-year-old man was arrested Wednesday night at Campsie police station.

He was charged with assaulting a police officer, obstructing or resisting the performance of his duties, and causing a fight during the chaos of his official duties.
The Moorebank man was granted conditional bail and is scheduled to appear in Bankstown District Court on April 11.


https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/state/nsw/sydney/2023/03/23/third-man-charges-belfield-church/ Third man charged after violent protests in Sydney

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