Novgorod policemen broke disabled's prosthesis
Law enforcers pulled the young man out of the car using force.
Four police officers have broken the prosthesis of resident of Velikiy Novgorod Kirill Maksimenko, Life reports. The Traffic Police officers stopped the car of the first group disabled due to violations of the law on toning and asked to go with them to a service car. Maksimenko refused to comply with the police, after which they began to drag him out of the car using force. During the scuffle, law enforcement officers broke his dentures cost over 300 thousand rubles.
All this time, the conflict was filmed on the phone by the victim's wife. The record shows how the Traffic Police officers get into the car and try to get the guy out of the car. Soon, in the place of the conflict the driver's father arrived and demanded to call the ambulance, because the young man could have an attack.
According to recent reports, the investigating authorities of Velikiy Novgorod ordered a pre-investigation check against the police officers, in the results of which the procedural decision will be adopted.
Video: Novgorod policemen broke disabled's prosthesis
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