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BCC filed the case in connection with the beating a pregnant girls

Moscow : Russia | May 11, 2012 at 12:41 AM PDT
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The investigating committee of Russian Federation initiated criminal proceedings in connection with the beating a pregnant woman officer at the capital Square during the "March of millions" in Moscow. As reported by 11 May the TFR, the case brought to court3 rf286 criminal code of the Russian Federation (exceeding the powers of violence). On the eve site the official Communist Party gave to the network roller with rally 6 May on the marsh area, which can be seen, as well as riot police officer beaten a pregnant woman. In the video big brother when the police starts to scour the area from demonstrators. Can be seen, as the two ruffians lodged in the earth woman, and the question next to the police suddenly turns to it and hits her with his shoe in the stomach. The authors emphasize roller, that woman was pregnant. After the incident police and fled for the hurtful colleagues. Note that, during the clashes defenders honest elections with the defenders have been affected by rule 30 police officers. Peskov, press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, believes that the police should act harder. In the State Duma of the "Fair Russia, Ilya Ponomarev also assigns рупору Russia the following words: "It is too to say it was. For the wounded must be lodged pages liver thrown on pavement". The Special Division for the investigation of crimes police was organized by the Investigations Committee of Russia after scandal in Kazan the division police of the "high", where killed 52-year-old detainee Sergey Nazarov.
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