Three comments, and no (counter-)arguments relating to the thread subject. So sad!
Well, last try.
I've reiterated and updated my arguments as follows:
1. The video have been first distributed by the Russian police (the Tomsk regional department of the Ministry of Interior, УМВД по Томской области). And neither the text nor the video nor media reports accuse Watchtower or someone else of "concocting" it. I can certify it.
2. Watchtower had no motive to fake the video which doesn't depict something extraordinary, extremely outrageous or very different from what depicted on other photos and videos distributed by the FSB, the Ministry of Interior and the Investigative Committee (examples: 1, 2, 3). The latter also proves its authenticity.
Moreover, AFAIK, Watchtower used only a single screenshot. Would it create a short film just to use a single picture? It makes no sense.
3. As to the blurred faces, the reasons for this are: a) to protect the identity of LE officers, especially police operatives (оперуполномоченные); b) to comply with the requirements of art. 152.1 of the Civ. Code ("Protection of the citizen's depiction") (despite there is no unified policy on this issue).
Case closed, unless you are able to provide valid counter-arguments.
As to the last comment you posted: that's apples and oranges.
I never said or implied that the Witnesses or Watchtower must be immune from any prosecution.
I'm ok with prosecuting them for real crimes, if the basic rule of law & human rights requirements are met.
To the best of my knowledge, the Dutch law enforcement had legitimate reasons to conduct those raids, didn't acted in discriminatory manner, didn't humiliate or intimidate anyone and didn't plant evidences.
Summary: again, it's apples and oranges.