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Russia: Blogger's Video Leads to Punishment of Policeman

A blogger posted a video address about a policeman who stopped regular cars on the Moscow belt-road to create a “live barrier” and stop an alleged criminal's car. In less than a day after the blog post, the policeman responsible for this unlawful action got a sever warning, reported.


  • I saw this piece of news on Russian TV and think that this situation is common for Russia. I mean Russian police doesn’t respect human rights (right to life, right of ownership and so on).
    And if the victims of this police action had not put a video about this on YouTube, it would have stayed unknown and nobody would have cared that their cars are broken…

  • […] und anderen Fällen. Manche Kampagnen in Blogs führten tatsächlich zu Veränderungen (der Fall “Lebende Barriere” [EN], Rettung von Touristen in Indonesien [EN], das Thema um Oleg Kozlovskys Pass [EN] und […]

  • […] водат кон вистински животни промени (случајот „Животни Бариери“ [англиски], спасувањето на туристите во Индонезија […]

  • […] independent investigations, in cases such as the “Lukoil” car crash case as well as the “Live Barrier” case. Recently, Litvinovich launched “Best Today”, a web-aggregator that monitors the Russian […]

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