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In Tatarstan, teenagers who started brawls were identified

KAZAN, November 28. Police in Tatarstan identified the teenagers who staged a “fight” in imitation of the TV series “The Boy’s Word”, held conversations with them and their parents, the check continues, reported representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the republic.
Earlier, social networks and local media published reports that after the release of the series “The Boy’s Word,” teenagers in the Sarmanovsky district of Tatarstan created Telegram channels, which were named after two well-known Kazan organized crime groups in the past. The teenagers divided the area into spheres of influence and assigned “arrows” to their opponents in the created channels. They also posted videos of the fights in instant messengers.
“Police officers identified the video on social networks, went to the scene, seized recordings from CCTV cameras, identified all participants and invited them and their parents to the police department,” the agency’s interlocutor said.
He noted that no statements were made to the police, and there were no calls to medical institutions.

According to a representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, all the children said that they decided to just play in this way – they divided into two teams, jokingly pushed each other into the snow and threw snowballs, as can be seen in the video.
The agency’s interlocutor clarified that the children were checked for participation in various prohibited social networks, and a preventive conversation was held with all of them. The verification is currently ongoing.
The premiere episodes of the series “The Boy’s Word. Blood on the Asphalt,” starring Ruzil Minekaev, Ivan Yankovsky, Sergei Burunov and Zhora Kryzhovnikov, were released in the Wink and Start online cinemas on November 9. The series takes place when perestroika has already stepped from the Kremlin stands onto the streets of big and small cities. The Soviet Union is dying before our eyes, and along with the premonition of change, freedom of speech, music and prices, freedom from conscience appears, bordering on lawlessness. While parents fight for survival, children abandoned by everyone flock into street flocks and “fight for the asphalt.”

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