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Dirty Laundry: 'Vigilante' Violence Prompts Uzbek Warning...Against Posting Videos
Dirty Laundry: 'Vigilante' Violence Prompts Uzbek WarningAgainst Posting Videos
Kelly Rowland released the music video to her single "Dirty Laundry" on Monday. The video shows Rowland in a vulnerable state, lying in the fetal position in a pool of water, crying as she sings, and feuding with a boyfriend. The track is an emotional one for the Destiny's Child alum as she discusses a past abusive relationship and comparing herself to the major success of her friend and bandmate Beyonce. Take a look at the video to "Dirty Laundry" above.
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A homophobic gang assaults a gay technical-school student in Fargona, Uzbekistan, a country where sexual activity between men is a crime -- stripping the victim naked, beating him with a stick, and forcing him to insert a beer bottle into his anus, then posting video of the attack on the Internet. Angry shopkeepers at a clothing market in Urganch accuse a teenage girl of theft and take the law into their own hands -- stripping her naked from the waist up, beating and kicking her, and forcing her onto the street while a man who encourages the attack shoots a video that goes viral in Russia and other former Soviet republics. All are examples of so-called vigilante videos posted recently to the Internet from Uzbekistan -- incidents in which self-appointed posses of citizens armed with smartphones, and sometimes weapons, attacked and humiliated suspects rather than report them to law enforcement for the authorities to judge. The initiative is being conducted by regional officials, who rarely carry out public-awareness campaigns in Uzbekistan without instructions from senior government officials in the capital.