Roma return to Chemodanovka after mass brawl

Roma return to Chemodanovka after mass brawl

Previously, the community left home because of a conflict with the indigenous population.

177 Gypsies from 600 who lived before the conflict with the local population returned to the village of Chemodanovka. TASS reports with reference to Head of the Bessonovsky district administration Vyacheslav Demichev.

According to Demichev, there were no more conflicts in the village after the mass brawl, and six policemen were keeping order. The unit was branched out after the incident.

The fight took place on June 13, 34-year-old Vladimir Grushin died. The indigenous people blocked the route Moscow – Chelyabinsk with the requirement to evict Roma neighbors. 28 Roma was arrested, the rest left home. In mid-July, the court held pleas against the participants of the national assembly, who blocked the federal highway.

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