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50 people detained for attempting to cause disturbances in Odesa court

Source : 112 Ukraine

The law enforcement decide the legal qualification of the actions of each detainee
19:15, 23 November 2018

Odesa Media

50 people got detained for trying to make disturbances and abort a court hearing in Primorskyi Court of Odesa region. Ruslan Forostyak, Speaker of the Police in Odesa region claimed this on Facebook.

‘Today, during the court hearing in the Primorskyi Court of Odesa for “agrarian procedures of Zatoka”, activists who couldn’t remain indifferent to such an important case, who arrived from Vinnytsia and other regions of Ukraine (locals do not play this games for a long time) tried to cause disturbances and disrupt the court session, there was a crush that was about to develop into a mass brawl,’ Forostyak claimed.

According to him, the law enforcement had to immediately resolve the situation. 49 people from ‘arrived activists’ were taken in the Police Department of Odesa region where their identity was established and it was decided about the legal qualification of the actions of each detainee.

‘Interesting fact that one of the parties of the judicial proceeding spends significant resources not only for lawyers but for such ‘events’ considering that it is an effective tool to defend its position, not hesitating to invite ‘titushky’ from other areas,’ Forostyak added.

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Earlier, the residents of Zatoka in Odesa region blocked a highway against the illegal land distribution on the cost. As Forostyak reported earlier, the people were outraged by the decision of the last session of the village council, which allegedly illegally, in their opinion, distributed land in the coastal strip.

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