The fun of the Hertha fans and club leadership is always curious.
In an open letter, Fanhilfe Hertha BSC explains: "Many heroans were injured as part of the Westfalenstadion police attack, among others one person suffered a fracture of debris in the elbow, another was destroyed by the metacarpal bone. documented by doctors.This and others have charged Lau & Meyer in Berlin with the filing of criminal charges against police officers, including the enforcement of the rights of people affected by the closure of the North Stand exit area. civilians will be examined. "
Two fans have forced the law firm to take action against the Dortmund police.
Attorney René Lau at BILD: "The announcement of the two terms of office will soon reach Dortmund. Our aim is to check the Dortmund police operational behavior."
Fan's help continues: "The Fanhilfe Hertha BSC assists injured people to uphold their rights and fundamental rights. We also invite all other people who have been injured by the police operation to document their injuries and file a complaint against those responsible for We also owe all Hertanese injured to oppose the hostility and false assertion of Hertha BSC's leadership to take revenge. The statements made are not fundamental and can not be left unanswered. FanHilfe Hertha BSC has repaid Michael Preetz for insult and slander. It's enough! "
It is questionable what statements are understood by Hertha manager. According to BILD, Hertha has not received another ad. Who really wants to show manager Hertha and who the law firm was commissioned is not known.
But who is behind the fans' help?
Fanhilfe Hertha BSC is a department of Förderkreis Ostkurve eV and is intended as a solidarity community to provide support for Herthanern, which in connection with Hertha BSC games in conflict with law or police or the judiciary are advised. In the past, such a solidarity community has already been very successful among the four Ultragruppen. In order to help as many erotans as possible in critical situations in the future, we decided to release just that help from fans as an association department of Förderkreis Ostkurve eV.
Background for Zoff fan: At the Dortmund (2: 2) match on October 27th, the police wanted to take out the flag of the Berlin-based "Capital Mafia" ultra-group, after a huge ingenuity in the guest block because they were afraid of renewing their innocence.
Subsequently, some parts of the Ultras attacked the police with blows and punches, also with flags. Later, they even dropped the pinkel destroyed, the doors, the barriers, and the fireworks at the police.
BVB and Hertha fans' aid described the police as "completely exaggerated" jobs. Preetz misunderstood: "I find it adventurous. To justify the violence with a possible disproportionate use of the police, she has to tell me once, I can not think of anything else."