On October 24, the Polish conservative movement Konfederacja organized the “Great March of Freedom,” a massive protest against the koronaterror (Coronavirus terror): the ruling Law and Justice Party’s excessive restrictions on Polish social and economic life. Tens of thousands of people assembled in cities across Poland, including Warsaw. The government proclaimed this event a health threat, and the police prevented thousands from reaching Warsaw by setting up roadblocks on the outskirts of the city. Further, they ticketed participants for violating pandemic regulations. Calls went out to make the people disperse. Finally, the cops started to beat up the demonstrators and shot rubber bullets into the crowd.