They had helmets, reflective vests and road signs warning of ongoing work. Pseudo ibices planned - on the pretext of carrying out work to stop on the A1 highway bus carrying the fans of the hostile team. The "action" at the last minute tracked the police officers.
The findings so far indicate that a group of young men waited for a bus carrying fans of the Lodz Sports Club who were going to Labara for a match. The route passed through the A1 motorway. There was an ambush there. Inside were young men. In addition to the symbols associated with the Lodz Wide, they also had machetes, wooden sticks, hammers and axes.
"They also had tear gas, balaclavas, combat gloves, teeth protectors and light rays," says the inspector. The Arsenal was to be used in an insidious action against LKS supporters. The clothes were meant to be used by road builders performing repairs.
- Men cut a grid separating the highway from the technical way - explains Joanna in reflective clothing. Most likely they wanted to stop the bus traffic with hostile fans.
Officials suggest that the whole "action" was supposed to take place with very low visibility, because the strikers also prepared tires and dry branches. According to the police, they wanted to fire them at a critical moment.
The creators of this spectacular plan did not, however, take into account that the route of passage of the spectators was previously checked by the police. And the officers quickly got information about the suspicious group gathering at A1.
At the sight of police officers, pseudo cysts began to run away from the woods without resorting to instructions. There was an attempt to push the car out of the way - says Joanna. The attempt to stop was very dynamic - one of the policemen at the last moment escaped. Among the detainees is a 28-year-old wanted to serve a prison sentence. He immediately found himself in custody.
The police wear reflective uniform report that each of the detained men will be "meticulously settled for breaking the law". We will analyze their responsibility both in terms of possible liability for the offense and for offenses - ends Keck.