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In the past days, there have been several stories about the alleged arrest of schoolchildren by police during the mass demonstration.
On July 18th, police arrested a group of schoolgirls in Kiev, Ukraine for “behaving violently” on the streets, and on July 20th, one of the victims of this arrest was hospitalized with head trauma. Many other cases of violence involving violence, sexual assault, or property damage have been reported by activists on social media platforms recently.
This is why we decided to ask the teachers of Kosciuszko school to tell us some information about police conduct to enable these victims to escape and find shelter. The police have arrested about 12 of their students from a number of schools, including the school of Lopakina (Gazprom and Russia Metro Rail Company) and some public schools. We asked them all questions about these incidents and reported them on the Internet. The principal of Kosciuszko school, Yana Dudaevna, told us that police conducted an investigation and that they found that there had been three instances of police-violated schoolchildren taking part in “disorderly” behavior. She also confirmed that the police investigation took a long time because it was not all about the students, it was also about the parents, community members, and others in the community. She explained that since the school has about 600 pupils in the kindergarten class, it is difficult to find the missing children, but that in the first few days they were taken to the school office for questioning, and that the next day they were also taken to police stations for questioning. She said that, when some of the parents were able to get their children in front of an officer, it was very difficult for them to enter the court room, as there was a window that w천안안마as just too wide. Some parents wh평택안마o asked 골목questions could not get their children inside, and the police didn’t give answers to most of their questions. The parents said that, when there was an attempt to visit the police station, police forced them to walk to the front of the building and then entered through the door of the police station, where they were told the parents would be able to speak to them in private, but, this was not true. The parents explained that they got stuck in and out of the police station many times because the police officers in the station would only answer general questions and the answers were always just to ask the question mor