Rus News Journal

In Moscow mass fight of nationalists

On jugo is prevented - the east of Moscow for hooliganism 20 persons are detained. As have informed in a press - service of the Department of Internal Affairs on Jugo - to East administrative district of capital, young men were going to arrange fight with representatives of nationalist groupings.
incident has occurred overnight when the group of aggressively adjusted young men consisting of natives from caucasus and several citizens of Belarus, has gone to club the Platform where the meeting with nationalist adjusted group of young Russians, presumably, has been appointed.
without having reached yet club, young men have begun in the street provocative actions: they stuck to passers-by and behaved aggressively. The police officers who have arrived into place have detained 20 offenders, including 9 minors.
one of young men, the citizen of Belarus, has shown resistance at detention. Concerning it criminal case under item 318 of the criminal code of Russian Federation is brought (application of violence concerning the representative of the power), business is directed on trial to court. Concerning other arrested persons reports on an administrative offence under item 20 are made. 1. The code about administrative offences (small hooliganism).
With all arrested persons preventive conversation is spent, all of them are brought in the book of the account and released. Now circumstances and the incident reasons are found out.
the similar case has occurred in Zelenograd in July 2007. To fight among themselves Russian and natives from caucasus planned. In area where fight has been planned, there have arrived nearby 300 persons. However the police officers who have received the operative information from FSB, have managed to prevent collision. On an entrance of one of electric trains militiamen have detained 35 persons - basically minors. Knifes have been withdrawn from five of arrested persons, a chain, gas ballonchiki and screw-drivers. After carrying out of preventive conversations with teenagers and parents they have been released.