In St. Petersburg, a native of Chechnya twisted the hand of a police officer

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In St. Petersburg, a Chechen was detained who injured a police officer during a raid.

The incident took place on the night of August 8 at Konyushennaya Square. A 21-year-old unemployed native of the Caucasian republic, after a request from a 36-year-old employee of the migration service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation to show documents, twisted her hand. The woman came to provide medical assistance.

The Chechen was taken to the police station, and an administrative protocol was drawn up against him for disobeying a police officer. The Ministry of Internal Affairs will petition for the arrest of a young man. Investigative Committee is considering materials about the incident to initiate a criminal case.

Earlier, Ramzan Kadyrov found a hundred Chechens with antisocial behavior in Moscow and sent them home for re-education. During the event, a story was shot on a local TV channel. Young people in the capital became addicted to “pharmaceutical drugs”, got involved in near-criminal stories, and engaged in fraud.

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