The Commissioner for human rights in Russia Tatiana Moskalkova admitted that sometimes she would like to firmly deal with those who violate human rights. She told about it in interview to TV channel GTRK “far East.” A video posted on YouTube.
“Sometimes the desire that arises when faced with injustice, with a cynical attitude to human rights, sometimes you have to apply a lot of intellectual effort. But I would like when the nerves pass, the use of weapons to those who break the destiny of man. After all, how many of us, unfortunately, the injustice,” she said.
According to Moskalkova, she hasn’t shot a gun before. “A couple of years in the dash was not, but skill is preserved,” — said the Ombudsman.
The Commissioner for human rights is now on a working visit to Khabarovsk where takes place the coordination Council of ombudsmen of the far Eastern Federal district.
According to information from open sources, Moskalkova has a nominal premium a Makarov pistol, which she was awarded in 2005 for the performance of special tasks in the North Caucasus. In 1984-2007 the years she served in the Ministry of internal Affairs and attained the rank of major-General.