How corona deniers threaten and attack journalists – politics


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Freedom of the press: Coswig in Saxony.  The journalist runs off, takes photos, with a flash in the dark.  The protesters stare at the reporter and ask who he works for.

Coswig in Saxony. The journalist runs off, takes photos, with a flash in the dark. The protesters stare at the reporter and ask who he works for.

(Photo: Philipp Bovermann)

Journalists who report on corona denier demos often have to ask themselves whether it will be dangerous – in the middle of Germany. On the way with volunteers who do what the state should actually do: protect reporters.

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Philipp Bovermann and Anna Ernst, Dresden/Radebeul/Coswig/Bautzen

There are many things that stand out about Klemens Köhler: his hair tied back in a ponytail, his black combat boots, his veteran’s badge of the Bundeswehr, his massive watch. But what really stands out is how straight the man stands in the room. He looks at his watch, nine minutes until the workshop.

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