Spilsbury and his colleagues were trying to get the two groups together using rubber bullets. They noticed that and that’s when they rushed towards me.
“During the confrontation and trying to bring things to order, the third group was attacking the police cars. I was hit on the back of my head with a brick, which nearly knocked me out,” recalled Spilsbury, who has been a metro policeman for 27 years.
Public Order Police were called to attend to the incident and the group was instructed to disperse,” Mbhele said.
Speaking to the Daily News, Spilsbury said the mob had split into three groups.
The roads were barricaded with burning tyres and debris from glass, tree barks and bricks.‘If it was not for God, I would have been stoned to death,” said a metro police captain who was attacked during land invasion protests in Cato Manor at the weekend.Shane Spilsbury, 55, who is in charge of the metro police crowd management unit, was called out to land invasion protests that turned violent at the intersection of Wiggins and Blinkbonnie roads on Saturday afternoon. and gangsters in 1940s Los Angeles as chronicled in John Buntin's book L. Noir: The Struggle for the Soul of America's Most Seductive City.When asked about details concerning the show, Darabont said various cultures, such as those of African-Americans and Hispanics, would likely be explored, and he was interested in expanding upon already touched upon aspects from Buntin's book.