Police dispersed activists gathered at the NIDA trial (video)

About 200 people gathered in front of the Court of Grave Crimes, where the hearing on the NIDA youth activists is being held.

In the morning around the courthouse and the surrounding streets there were police units of the Rapid Response Squad.

The people gathered in the street could not get into the hall, which was already overcrowded. When the defendants were brought and entered into the hall, the people gathered in the street began to applaud.

The police demanded "to be quiet and not to disturb the court." Police then detained two activists, one of whom was Bakhtiyar Hajiyev. Soon after that he was released, but the people standing in the street were dispersed.

Recall that the lawyers speak with the final word today. -26B -

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