A protest was held in Dessau on Sunday, in memory of Oury Jalloh, a Sierra Leonean migrant to Germany, who died in a Dessau police cell in 2005. The protesters chanted slogans and held up banners that declared Jalloh's death to be murder. Meanwhile, nearby, local Alternative for Germany (AfD) supporters held a rally in support of the police. As the antifa march approached the AfD supporters... Еще, many protesters started shouting, as well as throwing flares and firecrackers over the barrier that had been erected to keep the opposing groups apart. On January 7, 2005, a fire broke out at a police building in Dessau, claiming Jalloh’s life. While the state prosecutor charged two Dessau police officers with «manslaughter through negligence,» they were both subsequently acquitted.