is Nie Zalezna a reliable source?
No, it's even less reliable a source than the American newsletter in which one can read about the non-existent attack dogs and riot police which supposedly mount a round-the-clock guard on the rainbow in pl. Zbawiciela.
If the detainee starts running away, your intelligent EU police dog just scratches its head and says: Well, I tried but he ran away! C'mon, get with it. A police dog will pursue and knock the fugitive to the ground.
Actually, no it won't. It will chase after, overtake the subject and stand in front of the subject; if the subject flees again, it will take an arm. That is what they are trained to do. That is the reason that when you are faced with a police or guard dog the best thing to do is to stand very still with your arms straight up in the air and hope that it's a trained dog (you aren't going to outrun the dog but trained dogs are trained not to bite a stationary subject). I understand that in your country things might be different, but do try to remember you are our guest in Europe now. The dogs photographed in pl. Zbawiciela on one of the very rare times that were there would have been properly trained dogs.
@Pol3: do come to Warsaw and see for yourself INSTEAD of believing any BS you find on the net! People who live in Warsaw know better:
He has posted several times stating that he does live in Warsaw. The problem is that he simply either sees things which do not exist or he writes about seeing things which do not exist. For example, when you or I go to pl. Zbawiciela we see that it is architecturally dominated by 1950s socialist realism and we see that every building there has been built or rebuilt since the 1950s. However, when Pol3 goes there, he either sees somewhere which "miraculously escaped wartime destruction" or he writes about that even though he doesn't see it. Perhaps he is so used to writing about things that his readers cannot check that he feels he can simply make things up as and when he wants, which is why he writes about attack dogs which simply don't exist mounting a round-the-clock guard in a pre-war square which simply doesn't exist.