In Vladivostok, a protester who attacked a police officer surrendered to the Investigation Committee

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In Vladivostok, a protester who attacked a police officer surrendered to the Investigation Committee
In Vladivostok, a protester who attacked a police officer surrendered to the Investigation Committee
27 January, 09:40Society
A Vladivostok resident who attacked police officers during an uncoordinated rally on January 23 came to the Investigative Committee with a confession.

Recall that in Vladivostok, as in other Russian cities, on January 23, an unauthorized rally took place in support of opposition leader Alexey Navalny. The regional government reported that no more than half a thousand people took part in the rally. The activists blocked the road on the central street - Svetlanskaya.

Investigators opened criminal cases under the article on the use of violence against a government official in connection with the performance of his official duties against two protesters who are suspected of attacking police officers. One of the suspects was detained. The second was searched for until today.

Recall that a video from the Vladivostok protest action appeared on the Internet. The footage shows that the participant of the rally jumps on the policeman with a running start, and then tries to escape, but he is detained by the guards. “Vladivostok. A protester ran into a police officer. An open provocation in order to accuse the security officials of the beatings later”, - wrote the authors of the publication.

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