Chelyabinsk: personalities of teenagers who attacked policemen screaming AUE identified
Personality of several teenagers, who literally attacked police patrol cars at the festival of paints in Chelyabinsk, are identified. This is reported by the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the city.
It is noted that the violators were not previously registered in the MIA database, did not fall under the MIA supervision and were not brought to administrative responsibility.
"A preventive conversation was held with the children and their parents," the Interior Ministry stated.
As the CrimeRussia reported previously, the incident occurred on May 27. Participants in Holi Festival of Colors came to the parking lot near Gorky Mall, where the event was to be held. However, the complex had unilaterally terminated the lease agreement, which might have triggered the indignation of the young people who came to the festival. They took it out on the law enforcement officers for some reason. Teenagers, among whom there were many girls, began throwing dry paint at the patrol cars and kicking them, accompanying their actions with obscene language and shouting "Cops are roughing us up!" and AUE slogans.
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