A man was beaten by law enforcers in Moscow for the flag of Ukraine on the anniversary of the annexation of Crimea

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A post-graduate student of the Historical Faculty of the Moscow University was detained and beaten by the Federal Security Service (FSB) in Moscow for the flag of Ukraine hung out of the window of his room in the dormitory during the concert in honor of the third anniversary of the annexation of Crimea.

The young man was detained on March 18 in the dormitory. A policeman and three other people who identified themselves the FSB’s officers came to him. The PG was denuded of his camera, phone and laptop, and then taken to the police station. There he was beaten on the head with hands and in the torso with a spired floor mop. He has physical injury — cuts and scratch marks, recorded in an injury care center.

After questioning the young man was forced to agree to be a stool-pigeon of the FSB. Then he was forced to admit to waving the flag and cursing, and fined for disorderly conduct.

It was previously reported that the rally-concert held in Moscow on the third anniversary of the annexation of Crimea had been attended by a paid crowd.

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