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Proteste in Moskau: 'Banditen beschützen Banditen'
23.01.21

Proteste in Moskau: 'Banditen beschützen Banditen'

In Russland geht die Polizei hart gegen Proteste von Anhängern des Kreml-Kritikers vor. Diese lassen sich indes nicht davon abschrecken, ihren Unmut offen zu äußern und auf die Straße zu tragen.

SHOTLIST MOSKAU, RUSSLAND23. JANUAR 2021QUELLE: AFPTV1. Verfolgungsfahrt riot police detain a female protester, UPSOT: 'Why are you detaining this girl?'2. Verfolgungsfahrt riot police walk with a detained protester3. Verfolgungsfahrt riot police detain a young female protester4. O-TON 1 - Vera Spivakova, pensioner from Moscow (Frau, 71 Jahre alt, Russian, 9 Sek.): 'Lawlessness is happening before my very eyes. Uniformed bandits protect the bandits who are in power. '5. O-TON 2 - Vera Spivakova, pensioner from Moscow (Frau, 71 Jahre alt, Russian, 8 Sek.): 'Putin and the oligarchs are afraid of losing their feeding trough, and they (ed: the police) are therefore now dispersing people. '6. O-TON 3 - Yuri Pelageichenko, pensioner, ex-entrepreneur (Mann, 69 Jahre alt, Russian, 14 Sek.): 'My feeling is if we don't go out today (ed: protest), then we won't go out for a long time. They (ed: the authorities) will make sure to close any possibility for us to go out, to protest and to express our opinion. '7. O-TON 4 - Igor Posikera, legal expert (Mann, 28 Jahre alt, Russian, 17 Sek.): 'The law is being trampled in an absolutely incredible manner. This (ed: Alexei Navalny's arrest and imprisonment) is one of the most serious violations of human and civil rights in the Russian Federation. It will become a precedent that can lead to a destruction of all our civil liberties. '8. Verfolgungsfahrt riot police advance in line

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