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Australia Protester struck in the back by policeman speaks

05:46  30 october  2019
05:46  30 october  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Nicholas McCallum was hit between the shoulder blades with a police baton outside a mining conference yesterday afternoon.

Mr McCallum formerly worked as a journalist for Nine, but is no longer affiliated with the company and was attending the protest as a "concerned citizen".

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"I put my hands back, and he brought the hammer down at least twice," he said.

"My spine is very, very sore today. The very top of my spine in between the shoulder blades is where he connected."

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Mr McCallum said the protesters are "making a lot of noise" as attendees enter the Melbourne Convention Centre.

"You do get attendees who will try and run the blockade, in which case the police will force themselves into the blockade, and that's when the violence starts," he said.

"Every time someone tried to get through the crowd, the police used force to open the blockade, and on a number of occasions, that's ended up with pepper spray.

"It's come out several times today."

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Twelve people have been arrested today, police said at midday, with most accused of intentionally obstructing an emergency services worker.

"Two people who glued themselves to a carpark access ramp have been removed," police said in a statement.

"One female protestor who 'locked on' to a handrail within the disabled access ramp has been removed."

A police spokesperson pointed out that one officer using a hand signal was indicating "all is okay", and not "white power", as it has been suggested on social media.

a boy wearing a hat: Nicholas McCallum just before he is struck by a policeman.© Sam Cossar Nicholas McCallum just before he is struck by a policeman.

"Whilst we respect the rights of people to peacefully protest the unlawful action undertaken today is a drain on police resources from across greater Melbourne," a police statement read.

"The police operation is ongoing however, Victoria Police would like to state that any action taken by officers this morning has been in response to the protesters' activity and in accordance with training."

Fifty protesters were arrested yesterday, and two were charged with animal cruelty after police horses were allegedly slapped.

A female demonstrator suffered a broken leg after being bowled over by a police horse.

There have been "minor disruptions" to traffic on Clarendon Street.

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