Voronezh adolescents take law into their own hands with schoolboy who beat homeless man
An adult representative stood up for the second participant of the video.
One of the juvenile admirers of the prisoner's traditions, who beat a homeless old man in Voronezh, was caught by local adolescents and mocked: they made him apologize to the camera, and then punched him several times. A group of hooligans, hiding faces, waited for second minor Denis at the school, but an adult representative came out to them and threatened with a court, News.Voronezh reports.
On March 19, The CrimeRussia wrote about the brutal beating of an elderly homeless by two schoolchildren. A girl was filming the attack on the phone. A group of local teenagers found all participants in the incident. They bought bread, canned goods, cigarettes and water to the old man, and also cleaned up in his dwelling and twisted light bulbs there. One of the offenders of the old man was beaten.
Teenagers were waiting for a second schoolchild at a school, but a 40-year-old man came out to them. He said that he was not the father of the boy, but he would deal with him for wrongdoing. And if teens want to blackmail the schoolchild or use force, they will communicate with them “in the legal field.”
As the newspaper found out, both students published the AUE pictures (Prisoner’s Codex is Unified), posted statuses that a thief should live and thrive. Denis trains taekwondo at school. Schoolchildren live in the Leninsky district of Voronezh, they are 15 and 16 years old, according to local police.
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