Chemodanovka residents complained of police inaction
When the real massacre has already been unfolding on the streets of the village, only one service car with several police officers who could not do anything arrived.
Police inaction could provoke mass riots and a fight in the village of Chemodanovka in the Penza region. As MK writes, when the conflict began, only one car with several police officers who could not do anything arrived. The villagers report that they called the police 15 times. By this time, the real massacre was already breaking out place on the streets of the village. Up to 200 people took part in the fight.
By nightfall, a riot policeman detained only three villagers who had participated in the fight. This angered the population of the village, which blocked the Ural federal highway the next day. Only after that riot policemen and Rosgvardiya arrived in the town. Detention began only when the situation reached the national level.
Recall a mass brawl occurred June 13. As a result of the conflict, one person - Vladimir Grushin - died after being hospitalized with a traumatic brain injury.
A people's gathering was convened to discuss the incident with the Gypsies; the locals blocked the highway in protest. They claim that the Gypsies began to pester the vacationers massively. There is a third version that earlier Roma tried to rape one of the local underage girls, for which the villagers stood up. In turn, representatives of the Roma stated that the residents initiated the conflict themselves.
The Governor of the region and the Head of the ICR, Alexander Bastrykin, have already intervened in the conflict between local and Gypsies. A total of 174 people were detained, 12 of them were identified as participants in the fight. Among them is a young Roma, who, presumably, is Grushin's murderer.
The kid reasoned that his 70-year-old grandmother would suffer because of what he was going to do to himself and therefore decided to kill her. He stabbed the woman 21 times and finished her off with a hammer.