Over hundred migrants engaged in mass brawl with employees of security firm of Moscow trade center who beat migrant
Police detained about 80 people.
The Moscow police prevented a mass brawl in a Moscow trade and entertainment complex on the Tikhoretsky Boulevard, according to the public page Mash.
According to the preliminary version, initially, the conflict occurred between one of the tenants of the premises in the complex, a citizen of Tajikistan, and the security. The employees of the private security firm beat up the man for late rent payments.
After that, the victim was hospitalized. According to the public page, he is in extremely bad condition and was placed in intensive care. Meanwhile, about 100 people from among employees tried to break into the territory of the complex. They demanded to give them the security guards who brutally beat the migrant.
The special forces of the police and the 2nd operational regiment of the MIA were called to the trade center.
According to recent reports, about 80 migrants were detained. They were taken to the regional police stations in Moscow. Almost all of them are citizens of Tajikistan, employees of the shopping center.
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