It would seem that the incident is settled. The attacker got what he deserved. Thank you all, everyone is free ... But ... I was surprised not so much by the scene from the video as by the reaction of individual media to it, and the media are more than reputable. After it became clear that the driver of the car - a representative of the Moscow Region branch of "United Russia" Alexey Bolshedanov, the information was presented on the TV channel "Russia 1".
Moreover, they presented it in a very peculiar form, so much so that Mr. Bolshedanov was designated as the only victim. Yes, Bolshedanov did suffer, but for some reason only colleagues from the federal television channel did not show the video to the multi-million audience completely, cutting out the most “inconvenient” fragments for the representative of the authorities. Here is the very "cut" material from "Russia 1":
Such a presentation of information, to put it mildly, does not do credit to such a large television channel as Russia, and clearly gives the партн partners ’a reason and in case of publication of objective information by the channel, doubt it, using the video that was presented as“ proof of bias ” above. In strange attempts to whitewash the violator of the law and set information clearly from one side, the channel’s reputation is already undergoing serious tests.