среда, 29 марта 2017 г.

To beat or not to beat - is that the question?!

Greg Krasovsky: This past Sunday, Russian police dispersed, detained and arrested thousands of people in various cities who were trying to protest government corruption.

About a 1000 people were arrested in Moscow alone, were charged with administrative offenses and fined or sentenced up to 15 days in jail.

So I was invited to a Russian TV show to compare how American police disperse and detain protesters.



Sadly, American law enforcement is still tougher on protesters than today's Russian police during dispersals and detentions.
 
So both sides have something to learn: The U.S. on how to reduce excessive use of force and police brutality and Russia on how to ensure and respect the people's right to demonstrate & protest.
 
What do you think?

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"Gregory Krasovsky, an American attorney, political scientist and former City of Philadelphia Police Officer, presents a comparative analysis of the use of force and specialized equipment by law enforcement agencies of the United States and Russia in dispersing demonstrations and detaining protesters."
 

 
Russia 1 Federal TV Channel, "60 Minutes" - Talk show with Olga Skabeeva and Evgenyi Popov, aired on March 28, 2017.
 
Watch on Youtube at: https://youtu.be/UICzeOKMgEY?t=59m6s
 
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