"Oh, but not on you...."
Protesters have gathered outside Cardiff Bay police station to protest the death of a man who died hours after being released from custody.
More than 200 people marched from the city centre to the police station around a mile away to demand 'justice' following the death of 24-year-old Mohamud Mohammed Hassan.
They are also asking for the release of CCTV from his time in custody.
Number of arrests for gathering in defiance of covid laws? None. Zilch. Zero.
Neil McEvoy, an MS who represents South Wales Central in the Senedd for the Welsh National Party, also attended the protest and said he wanted to see transparency from the police and the officers involved suspended from duty pending an investigation.
Even politicians see nothing wrong, refuse to condemn these gathering, and even gather with them...
Earlier on Tuesday, Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford described reports of Mr Hassan's death as 'deeply concerning'.
Yes. That Mark Drakeford.
What more evidence do you need that this is no longer a country where everyone is equal under the law?