The representatives of the United public monitoring group said about the brutal beatings of detainees on Tverskoy Boulevard in Moscow during the anti-corruption protests organized by supporters of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. It is reported by OVD-info.

“The police beat people head on the paddy wagon and batons on the legs,” the message reads.

It is also reported that the number of detainees increased.


In Moscow have detained more than 400 protesters, and in St. Petersburg – more than 300.

The police are beating the people with batons. All, without discrimination. pic.twitter.com/jqxRwMwnSW

– The Insider (@the_ins_ru) 12 June 2017 R.

On 12 June it was reported that he was arrested 258 people on the protests in Russia.



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In Moscow, riot police beat detainees with batons: video 12.06.2017

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