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MOSCOW, September 14 (Itar-Tass) — Video cameras are installed in all the buses for detainees that will be on duty near the opposition rally site in Moscow on September 15, Moscow deputy police chief Vyacheslav Kozlov told reporters.
Video cameras are installed in each of the buses. So, in case of a conflict, the video recording can be watched, and conclusions can be drawn, he said.
The video recordings may be presented also to reporters, but only after the editorial office makes the request.
Reporters sometimes specially tried to get into a bus for detainees to see the situation. At present, they do not need to do it, the police official said.