Urals residents took ‘orders’ for beating ‘mortgagors’ in debt
Two people have been arrested in the case.
Residents of the Chelyabinsk region on the ‘order’ beat the ‘mortgagors’ who allegedly did not pay for drugs sold. It is reported by the press service of the Prosecutor's Office for the region.
The department started an inspection after the video was posted to VKontakte network, in which four masked young men first clarify the name of a local (Zakhar Krapivin), age, then talk about some act for which he needs to apologize and answer. After this, the guy is cruelly beaten.
Investigators identified five young men who earned a little extra on such ‘orders.’ They tracked down those who did not pay for the substances they sold and beat them.
As a result, the court imprisoned two residents of Magnitogorsk, born in 1999 and 1996. Three more participants were left on recognizance not to leave.
All five are accused of having committed three crimes under articles Torture and Causing moderate harm to the health of a group of persons by previous concert with the use of torture for hire.
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