Football fan fights caught on tape
Fans of FC Spartak and CSKA started scuffles near the VEB Arena and the Ulitsa 1905 Goda metro station.
Last weekend, fans of FC Spartak and CSKA staged two fights in Moscow. One of them broke up near the VEB Arena, where the play-off took place.
Fans started scuffles even before the meeting, cursing each other. As a result, a fight broke up. Police officers intervened, and the most aggressive hooligans were arrested.
On the footages posted on the Internet, fans are trying to escape from the law enforcement. The second fight of fans clubs occurred near the Ulitsa 1905 Goda metro station. As the Sport-Express writes, more than 20 people participated in the brawl. The police received no reports.
The investigating authorities of the Chita region are running a check on Dmitry Nepomnyashchy, a former deputy of the Chita Regional Duma, and his City Duma counterpart, Alexey Guskov, who are suspected of involvement in crimes that had been committed between 1995 and 2005.
College surveillance cameras captured the alleged perpetrator: a young blond-haired man wearing a white T-shirt. The 112 Telegram Channel reported that the attacker had been found dead on the second floor of the building.