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Fisherman accused of attacking inspectors in Kamchatka

Fisherman accused of attacking inspectors in Kamchatka
Photo: SU SK of Russia in the Kamchatka Territory
A criminal case was opened against a fisherman in Kamchatka. The man refused to present the documents for fishing with the employees of the Northeast Territorial Administration of the Federal Fisheries Agency and attacked them.

According to the Investigative Directorate of the Investigative Committee of Russia for the Kamchatka Territory, the incident occurred on June 5 on the Bolshaya Vorovskaya River. A resident of the village of Sobolevo refused to show permission documents, and in order to hide from the inspectors, sprayed a can of pepper gas in their sides. After that the fisherman hit one of the two fish inspectors with a stick on the head.

Now the man is accused of using violence against a representative of power. Earlier, the staff of the fish inspection had already brought him to administrative responsibility.
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