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That police force needs a major reform. People like Bazaz and such have no place in policing.
Important to see this video--many thanks to Onnik for pioneering this innovative approach, which is going to prove important since the authorities can't censor it.
Watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTBrrEawco8 from 6:40 for Bazaz brutality. Bazaz behaves like a psycho, he harasses not only the demonstrators but also the police, probably even more. He is like a loose canon in midst of people. I guess at some point his subordinates will get so fed up that they will put a sack on his head in narrow streets of Yerevan and bit s*** out of him.
Yes, Bazaz fits in the clinical diagnosis of a psychopath.
Very interesting videos. I wish they were longer.I wonder what was the video camera in use, because it seems to behave like the i-phone, as if their was a drop of water within the lenses. When the camera shakes you get this weird, liquid-like effect.
Parisan, Onnik was using Nokia N82 phone. He shared some of his first impressions of using this handset for live mobile broadcasting here.I wish iPhone has a video recording capabilities too. What an embarrassing omission by Apple...
Mika, Parisian,The problem is that I didn't have image stabilization on for the video. By default it's turned off (for some reason -- maybe frame rate?) and I only discovered the option the next day.Re. the iPhone, though. Is this a third-party workaround?http://www.podcastingnews.com/2008/05/12/record-video-iphone/
Unfortunately, it's not available on official iphones, this application reportedly works only on 'jailbroken' one. Just checked again iphone application store - as of today, nothing for video recording there :( shame, really... hopefully newer versions will appear rectifying this and some other omissions.
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