Resident of Novosibirsk wounded in shootout of security officials with criminal 'authorities'
The siloviki fired at the man's car, and he himself was beaten and detained inasmuch as officers mistake him for criminals' fellow.
The shootout took place near the correctional colony No. 3 in Pervomaisky district of Novosibirsk, Komsomolskaya Pravda reported. According to the edition, between the two companies that met just released criminal authorities, a conflict arose that turned into a shootout. The SOBR fighters and the policemen who were in ambush intervened.
33-year-old Novosibirsk resident on Toyota Harrier car drove past the place of disassembly. The siloviki took his car for the transport of one of the gangers and opened fire on it. As a result, the car was seriously damaged. One of the bullets hit the headrest of the passenger seat. The man himself was dragged out of the car, brutally beaten and detained, but soon released.
According to the follower of the Novosibirsk evacuation service AST-54 page in the Vkontakte network, which quotes the edition, the man thought that near the colony there was mimic warfare. This happens there quite often, so people with weapons does not surprise residents of nearby areas.
The Baikal 24 edition reported that the man had already recorded beatings and appealed to the Investigation Committee with a demand to bring the policemen who attacked him to responsibility.
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