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Maidan no longer a safe place for journalists?

On July 2 a Channel 5 film crew came under attack on Maidan with a cameraman injured. This was not the first time that journalists have faced aggression on self-defence and others who did not leave after the EuroMaidan protests

On July 2 a Channel 5 film crew came under attack on Maidan Nezalezhnosti [Independence Square], with a cameraman injured.  The film crew explain that they were taking footage in order to ascertain whether the barricades at present on Horodetsky St are safe.  The aggressive behaviour was explained as being because the people on Maidan did not want their faces shown, and because they didn’t trust the work of the press.  Four young men in camouflage gear demanded that the footage be wiped, and when the cameraman refused, used force against him. Channel 5 also reported that an STB film crew had been threated.

The police report states that at around 13.00 on Tuesday the film crew arrived on Maidan Nezalezhnosti.  While working they were approached by the men in camouflage and told to stop filming and to delete the footage already filmed. When the cameraman refused, he was punched in the stomach by one of the men.  The four then fled, the police say.

Telekritika reports that this is not the first aggression against journalists trying to film on Maidan and near European Square since the EuroMaidan protests ended.

On June 20 members of the ‘self-defence’ unit whose headquarters is in Ukraine House were rough in throwing out an ICTV film crew and removed the footage they had filmed. The Shevchenkivsk District Prosecutor and police have launched an investigation over suspected obstruction of journalists carrying out their work.

On May 31 journalists were driven away from Maidan when they came to cover the work on removing the barricades. One man tried to block the camera of a streamer, while others were verbally aggressive.

From the report at Telekritika

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