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Five sentenced in Britain for offences in Bristol policing bill riot

London Five people have been sentenced after admitting offences relating to the Kill the Bill riot in Bristol, in England.
The disorder, which followed a peaceful protest in the city on March 21, saw around 500 people march on Bridewell police station. Protesters set fire to police vehicles outside and smashed the windows of the station.
Kane Adamson, Brandon Lloyd, Kain Simmons and Stuart Quinn previously admitted being part of a group that used or threatened violence outside the police station, causing others to fear for their personal safety.
Yasmin Schneider admitted two counts of outraging public decency during the incident.
Bristol Crown Court heard how some officers feared they would die that night, with many left greatly affected by what happened. (dpa)

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