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UK: Police give free hugs at heavily guarded Bilderberg

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1. M/S protesters and police in a heated debate 2. M/S police and protesters hug 3. M/S protesters shouting 4. W/S policeman providing "hugs for free" 5. W/S woman declaring love to security guard 6. W/S protester breaking through security line 7. W/S police lined up 8. M/S security guards searching protester 9. M/S man wearing Infowars.com T-shirt SCRIPT UK: Police give free hugs at heavily guarded Bilderberg Relations between police and protesters were uncharacteristically festive when some police offered free hugs at the Bilderberg annual meeting on Saturday in Watford, UK. In a playful manner protesters tried to break through the line of policemen and security, trying to reach the Grove Hotel where the secretive summit is being held from June 6-9. Around 2000 protesters faced heavy police presence on the third day of the Bilderberg meeting when they listened to speeches by David Icke and Alex Jones. Protesters were searched by G4S security guards before entering a festival organised by demonstrators. Around midday tensions between protesters and law enforcement rose after participants were not allowed to re-enter the festival terrain. Anti-Bilderberg protests continue to rock the rural English town of Watford as members of the global corporate and political elite gather in Hertfordshire. The famously secretive event is exclusively invite only and prohibits press from attending, prompting critics to claim it allows powerful political and the financial elite to conspire towards achieving their own private interests. Around 140 powerful and wealthy participants from 21 European and North American countries are in attendance. The Bilderberg group was founded in 1954 to bring the leaders of Western Europe and the United States closer, discussing Communism and European integration as the Soviet Union cemented its control of the Eastern bloc.