The attack allegedly occurred minutes after Movement for Life finished the demonstration at 3:30 p.m. local time.
"Movida closed the act at 3:30 pm, without any negative event and that minutes later some law-enforcement officials began to attack indiscriminately as the demonstrators were in the process of returning to their homes,” the organization denounced in a statement.
In the statement, Movida urged Bogotá's mayor Claudia Lopez to control the public force to prevent it from killing the population, just as it did last week when more than seven people died over police violence in the protests.
Colombia's defense minister apologized on Friday on behalf of the police for the death of a man in custody that has sparked two nights of protests in capital Bogota and satellite city Soacha, leaving 13 dead and hundreds injured. pic.twitter.com/iMt2PFD7jq
The protests arose last week to reject the torture and murder of lawyer Javier Ordoñez by police officers in Bogota amid a pattern of impunity under the government of Ivan Duque. In the demonstrations, at least 13 people were killed, over 400 people were injured, and dozens were detained.
Saturday afternoon, dozens of people gathered at the Park Way, in Bogota, where mobile libraries were improvised as a protest against police brutality.