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In Mykolayiv, court officers and police forbade journalists to make photos and не would not let them inside court builsing

01.06.2014, 00:10

On May 30, in the Central district court of Mykolayiv the master of the court pushed the journalists from the court and forbade them to make photos and to film in the court hall, and threatened to remove them by force if the journalists kept filming. He was helped by court police. At that moment, a rally gathered outside the court building to protest the decision of the Judge Dmytro Tishko, who imposed a home arrest on the man suspected of planning an act of terror in  Mykolayiv on May 9 (a s a result of this decision, this man fled to Donetsk oblast). The journalists tried to film how protest rally participants were not allowed to enter the court building. 

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