Indonesian police fired tear gas against protesters trying to get close to a court hearing on the legality of last month's elections. The protesters were supporters of Prabowo Subianto, who lost the polls and has alleged massive fraud. (Aug. 21)
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Jakarta, Indonesia - 21 August 2014
1. Riot police standing across road
2. Wide of protesters behind barbed wire
3. Close of police monitoring scene
4. Various of protesters behind barbed wire, chanting, holding flags
5. Police firing tear gas from armored vehicle and deploying water cannon at protesters, pan to protesters scattering as police watch from behind shields
6. Travelling shot through media, officers with police dogs
7. Travelling shot through riot police advancing along debris-strewn road
8. Police hitting protesters on truck with sticks
9. Angry, protesters shouting at police
10. Wide of scene
11. Wide of police spraying water and firing tear gas
12. Protesters scattering as tear gas is fired
Indonesian police fired tear gas Wednesday to disperse protesters trying to get close to a court hearing challenging the legality of last month's elections.
The protesters were supporters of Prabowo Subianto, who lost the polls.
Subianto has alleged massive fraud and filed a complaint at the Constitutional Court, which is due to rule on it later Wednesday.
Witnesses say police fired the tear gas when protesters tried to get past barbed wire blocking a road leading to the court.