“The police officers were ordering the employees of a cargo taxi from the 166 taxi service to move the furniture and belongs from the apartment onto the truck. The apartment owner was apparently opposed to this. There were high-ranking officials and policemen around on the scene. They were worried by me filming the events. A police sergeant immediately came up to me and asked in a rude manner why I was filming. In response, I said I was a journalist and the Constitution allowed me to do so. The policeman went away. Then, a police captain forced me into a Mercedes vehicle. I was subjected to various kinds of insult and slapping. I was brought to the police office #7. There, they deleted all data from my photo camera. I found an opportunity to inform two of my friends before they took away my phone and switched it off. Three hours later my friends and lawyer arrived. What I have written here I also noted in my statement,” the journalist added. He intends to appeal to court.