Eight guards were injured in Germany to disperse far-right activists who came to the rock concert under the open sky in the city centre Apolda (Thuringia). According to local police, the event was violent, and when the audience was called on to disperse, they began to throw at police officers stones and bottles. The concert was interrupted, and the spectators were forced to leave the area, by transmitting to vehicles under police escort.
In Thuringia in recent months organized by the right-wing rock concerts were held more often. This summer, about 6 thousands of neo-Nazis gathered in a small town Themar. Attempts of the Federal government to prevent such gatherings are locked in the Administrative court, whose decisions are based on the Constitution, which guarantees freedom of Assembly.