Bad things are happening in the village of Oak Grove, Ramensky District, Moscow Region. The hype around martyrdom has not yet subsided Andrew U. (name changed), locked in a barn and burned to death, as a new tragedy happened.
“Our neighbor Eduard Karpin was beaten to death,” says Nadezhda, a resident of Oak Grove. “For not kneeling before our local hooligans. Mostly an eighth-grader from school No. 22 beat me, the rest were adults, they stood nearby and laughed.
A terrible incident happened late at night near the playground. 47-year-old Eduard was considered a marginal, locals say that he used drugs. A group of guys got attached to him. They demanded that the man kneel down and promise not to use illegal substances anymore. When he refused to do so, they began to beat him.
The process, as in the case of the burnt Andrei, was recorded on video by local teenagers.
“Three people beat me,” says Evelina (not her real name), a graduate of school No. 22. — An eighth-grader from our school and two older children. One of them had already committed thefts and murders, and he had nothing for it. I know that three weeks ago he threw a teenager down a well. This is my friend’s brother, a normal boy. And the killer left the village for a while. Now he has returned, and now … death again.
According to EvelinaWhen she was at school, then immediately after the end of the lessons she rushed home to Ramenskoye. Because walking in the Oak Grove was simply dangerous.
“There is a criminal area near the school,” the girl says. – There in the evening they sit on benches and smoke dope. The other day there was a shotgun fire. Every day something bad happens. In the sheds that have now been demolished, syringes are still lying around. I’m not going to Oak Grove again.”
Residents of Ramenskoye demand that the authorities conduct an inspection at school No. 22. Too strange things are happening around her and with the participation of her students.
The Ramenskoye Investigation Department replied that such a check was already underway and a decision would be made, including on the actions or inaction of teachers.