"There were bottles of urine in the corner of the crowded room instead of the toilet. There was barely enough room to stand. We hugged each other there to sleep while standing," Stanislau recalls. There, without food, water, without the opportunity to even sit down, one hundred and twenty people stayed 12 hours. Some people were so beaten up that they could barely see. Stanislau recalls people with legs shot by rubber bullets. "No one responded to our calls, knocks on the door and requests to get medics. We asked for water and a doctor, we asked to let us use the toilet," the man says sharply. The doctor came a few hours later. All this time there were held five-minute trials. People, regardless of the state and situation in which they were caught, were arrested for 10-15 days.