„Hamburger Kessel“ auf dem Heiliggeistfeld: Die von der Polizei eingekesselten Demonstranten. (picture-alliance / dpa / Ingo Röhrbein). versammelten sich Demonstranten auf dem Heiligengeistfeld. Die Polizei hielt sie 13 Stunden im "Hamburger Kessel" fest. Unter der Bezeichnung Hamburger Kessel ist ein umstrittener, rechtswidriger Polizeieinsatz am 8. Juni in Hamburg bundesweit bekannt geworden. Auf dem Heiligengeistfeld sammelte sich damals eine Menschenmenge, um eine politische Demonstration.
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Unter der Bezeichnung Hamburger Kessel ist ein umstrittener, rechtswidriger Polizeieinsatz am 8. Juni in Hamburg bundesweit bekannt geworden. Auf dem Heiligengeistfeld sammelte sich damals eine Menschenmenge, um eine politische Demonstration. Unter der Bezeichnung Hamburger Kessel ist ein umstrittener, rechtswidriger Polizeieinsatz am 8. Juni in Hamburg bundesweit bekannt geworden. Bis zu 13 Stunden hält die Polizei am 8. Juni Hunderte Atomkraftgegner auf dem Heiligengeistfeld fest. Der Hamburger Kessel sorgt für. versammelten sich Demonstranten auf dem Heiligengeistfeld. Die Polizei hielt sie 13 Stunden im "Hamburger Kessel" fest. Es war die größte Massenfestnahme der bundesdeutschen Geschichte: Beim "Hamburger Kessel" pferchten Polizisten fast AKW-Gegner. Hamburger Kessel. Rückblickend betrachtet von einem Polizisten vor Ort. Juni , der als „Hamburger Kessel“ in die Nachkriegsgeschichte eingegangen ist und in der Rechtsprechung eine tiefe Spur hinterlassen.
Juni , der als „Hamburger Kessel“ in die Nachkriegsgeschichte eingegangen ist und in der Rechtsprechung eine tiefe Spur hinterlassen. Unter der Bezeichnung Hamburger Kessel ist ein umstrittener, rechtswidriger Polizeieinsatz am 8. Juni in Hamburg bundesweit bekannt geworden. Auf dem Heiligengeistfeld sammelte sich damals eine Menschenmenge, um eine politische Demonstration. versammelten sich Demonstranten auf dem Heiligengeistfeld. Die Polizei hielt sie 13 Stunden im "Hamburger Kessel" fest.
Kessel led the tournament in points 11 and assists In seven games, he scored one goal and one assist as the U. He improved on his performance at the previous World Championship, scoring two goals and five assists in seven games.
Again, however, the U. On a personal level, Kessel finished ninth overall in points with ten six goals and four assists in seven games.
The U. In six games, Kessel had a goal and an assist. On January 1, , after the completion of the Winter Classic , Kessel was announced as a member of the Olympic Team and went on to compete at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
Although the US finished out of the medals, Kessel enjoyed individual success, scoring 5 goals and 3 assists in 6 games, leading the tournament in points 8 , being named as best forward, and being named to the All-Star Team.
Despite his successful Stanley Cup winning campaign with the Pittsburgh Penguins where he scored 10 goals and 22 points in the playoffs, he was left off the American roster of the World Cup of Hockey.
Felt like I should be doing something important, but couldn't put my finger on it. Phil Kessel is from Verona, Wisconsin.
His father Phil Kessel Sr. The Kessel brothers' sister Amanda also plays hockey, currently with the National Women's Hockey League as well as internationally with the United States with whom she won gold with during the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
Kessel is an avid poker player in his free time, and often plays high stakes tournaments, casino cash games and home games with his teammates. Phil Kessel.
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NTDP U University of Minnesota. Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy. Finnish anarchist demonstration Smash Asem was prevented from taking place when riot police and hundreds of other police and Finnish Border Guard personnel kettled around to demonstrators and bystanders in front of Kiasma in downtown Helsinki for over 3 hours on 9 September The next day in Place Bellecour , about citizens and protesters defending public pension were kettled for six hours without food or water by both the police and the military.
They were prevented from marching, and tear gas and water cannons were used. An early example of kettling was by German police in During a demonstration by anti-nuclear protesters at Heiligengeistfeld , Hamburg on 8 May, Hamburg Police cordoned approximately people into a "kettle" for several hours.
Kettling has been challenged in the German courts on several occasions. The Hamburger Kessel was ruled unlawful by the administrative court of Hamburg.
The district court found German police guilty of wrongful deprivation of personal liberty. Following an anti-nuclear protest in in Hitzacker , Lower Saxony , a protester took a case to court because she had been denied access to toilets when she was held within a police kettle.
The district court found that she had been handled inhumanely and that the police had acted unlawfully. During the protests over the killing of demonstrators along the fence with Gaza , the Israeli police in Jerusalem and Haifa used kettling tactics twice.
In the summer of during mass demonstrations  in front of the Prime Minister's official residence , the Israeli police used the tactic several times and prevented demonstrators wishing to leave the demonstration compound from leaving.
On 16 May , Acampada Sol called for a cacerolazo because the Spanish risk premium exceeded points that day.
Around demonstrators waited seated on the pavement until the police forces finally removed the blockade, allowing them to leave the area and return to Puerta del Sol.
The Battle of Orgreave , a violent day in the year long Miners' Strike in Great Britain, has been cited as an early example of police kettling a crowd of protesters.
However, the action also resulted in large numbers of bystanders as well as peaceful demonstrators being detained in Oxford Circus. Kettling was later used at protests against the 31st G8 summit , held in Kettling was used once again during the G London summit protests outside the Bank of England , as part of the police Territorial Support Group 's "Operation Glencoe".
Some refused to do so and were forced back into the kettle by police. On April 15, , Scotland Yard ordered a review of these tactics.
Criticism of the policing of demonstrations has been increasing, and amateur video footage which recorded two incidents of violent police behaviour, notably the death of Ian Tomlinson , brought police tactics into the media spotlight.
The incidents were said by Sir Paul Stephenson , Metropolitan Police Commissioner , to be "clearly disturbing",  and Stephenson ordered the review to consider whether the tactic is "appropriate and proportionate".
An inquiry was held by the Independent Police Complaints Commission IPCC into an incident during the G20 protests, in which a woman held in a kettle suffered injuries from police action and subsequently experienced a suspected miscarriage.
The inquiry concluded in August that the Metropolitan Police should review its crowd control methods, including the tactic of kettling.
Denis O'Connor , Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Constabulary , said in a report concerning the policing of the G20 protests that some police commanders did not understand the House of Lords' ruling  regarding kettling.
He also stated that containing protesters in a kettle was "inadequate" and belonged to a "different era" of policing.
He did not suggest that kettling should be abandoned but rather that the methods must be adapted so that peaceful protesters and bystanders are able to leave the kettle.
In April , the High Court of Justice ruled that kettling on that occasion was illegal, and it set out new guidelines as to when police were permitted to kettle protesters.
Kettling was used during the 24 November student protest in London and in various other locations around the country. Guardian blogger Dave Hill thought the kettling was in retrospect "probably inevitable", after the protest two weeks before had led to damage at the Conservative party headquarters.
They sought a judicial review in the High Court, arguing it broke the laws of the European Convention on Human Rights , the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Children Act , mainly the right to protest and the safety of children.
Kettling was used to contain student protesters in Parliament Square on 9 December and thereafter on Westminster Bridge.
An anaesthetist from Aberdeen Royal Infirmary working as part of a field hospital said that there was a serious health and safety risk to people trapped in the kettle and some suffered crush injuries whilst others were nearly pushed off Westminster Bridge into the freezing Thames, likening it to the Hillsborough disaster.
Kettling was again used at the March anti-cuts protest in London. Activists were given assurances by Metropolitan police that they would be shown to safety after the protest, which was described as non-violent and sensible.
Once outside, the protesters were kettled, handcuffed and taken into custody. In , kettling was deemed lawful, overturning a previous High Court ruling.
The ruling was immediately criticised by protesters and their lawyers, who plan to take the matter to the Supreme Court.
Following the use of "kettling" during the May Day protest in , two people who had been corralled by the police at Oxford Circus sued the Metropolitan Police for wrongful detention, alleging that it was in breach of the European Convention of Human Rights , and that they had been held without access to food, water or toilets.
In , Austin v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis ,  a ruling by the House of Lords , decided that the High Court was entitled to take into consideration the "purpose" of the deprivation of liberty before deciding if human rights laws applied at all.
There is room, even in the case of fundamental rights as to whose application no restriction or limitation is permitted by the Convention, for a pragmatic approach which takes full account of all the circumstances.
A plaintiff from the protest, along with three non-protesting members of the public who had been kettled by police, took an appeal to the European Court of Human Rights , claiming that kettling violated Article 5 of the European Convention on Human Rights , the right to liberty and security.
It was reported:. Austin, who the court accepted was a lawful and peaceful demonstrator prevented by her detention from collecting her child, is to take her case to the European Court of Human Rights.
It is to be hoped the ECHR will look again at the question of whether the "balance" and "public safety" is all on the side of allowing the police to carry out long containments or whether such imprisonment does not after all breach fundamental rights.
In March the Court ruled that kettling was lawful and that the Metropolitan Police were entitled to detain groups of people as "the least intrusive and most effective means to protect the public from violence".
On the issues related to the European Convention on Human Rights, the court ruled: . Article 5 did not have to be construed in such a way as to make it impracticable for the police to fulfil their duties of maintaining order and protecting the public.
As part of ongoing anti-globalization demonstrations and early demonstrations against the impending invasion of Iraq , several hundred protesters and bystanders were kettled in Pershing Park and subsequently arrested, resulting in large, sometimes record-breaking class-action settlements and ongoing litigation to restrict the practice.
Police used orange mesh snow fencing on several occasions to cordon and corral protesters at various locations. In response to the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City , police have used orange mesh snow fencing to contain crowds of protesters.
Kettling, in addition to tear gas and rubber bullets, were used by police in an attempt to disperse protesters at the University of California Berkeley.
The students were protesting decisions by grand juries in New York City and Ferguson, Missouri , to not indict police officers whose actions led to the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown, respectively.
Police officers in the District of Columbia used kettling on a large group of protesters at the intersection of 12th and L streets on January 20, Among those detained and later charged were several journalists,  who were accused of felony rioting.
The St. Louis on September 17 and October 3 during the protests of Over one hundred people were arrested in each instance. In May and June , many cities in the United States experienced nationwide protests , rioting and looting following the killing of George Floyd by a policeman in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Police responded aggressively to both the riots and peaceful protesters, the latter in violation of first amendment protections.
Police in some jurisdictions used kettling to trap and attack protesters using weapons such as tear gas , pepper spray , rubber bullets and batons.
Kettling was used extensively by the New York City Police Department to prevent peaceful protesters from leaving the streets before a curfew and subsequently using the curfew as a justification to attack and arrest protesters.
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