Over 1,000 administrations of emetics also mean over 1,000 police interventions. As early as 1995, the Anti-Racism Office Bremen documented a large number of cases in the brochure ‚Polizisten die zum Brechen reizen‘‘ (‘Police officers who provoke vomiting’), spoke to those affected and showed how brutal these deployments were.

In 2013, police chief Lutz Müller was the first person in institutional responsibility to criticize the vomiting deployments: “under police custody, no human being may die or come to lasting harm, even in the case of legally legitimized use of force.”

A year later, the Bremen police published a collection of materials on the killing of Laye Condé.

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