A man has been charged in connection with Sunday’s protest against the ownership of the Glazer family Manchester United.
Thousands of United fans gathered outside the house Old Trafford – With hundreds invading the square – and around the club’s team bus at the Lawory Hotel in Salford.
A man has been charged with “throwing fireworks in the street, using dangerous behavior and deliberately obstructing the highway” outside Manchester’s High Court (GMP) on Tuesday.
According to a statement from GMP, 28-year-old Michael Anthony Kusker On May 25, he was arraigned in a Manchester Magistrate’s Court.
The statement added: “The incident has been referred to the Police Ethics Police Independent Office to ensure complete transparency and freedom in this investigation.”
GMP, Manchester United and the Premier League have condemned the protests – because Two police officers were injured and one is in critical condition.