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Arrest Made in Primorye for Fatal Beating of Cafe Patron

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Vladivostok, May 26 – The district prosecutor’s office said on Friday that the court had detained three accused of beating a local resident outside a cafe in Ussuriysk, Primorsky Krai.
The supervisory authority explained that the person involved in the murder was arrested on May 10. It is noteworthy that four men, two of them foreigners, entered into a conflict with two taxi passengers “motivated by hooligans.” One victim was beaten “without killing intent” and the second died after the beating.

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The conflict, as reported by SUSK in Primorsky Krai, broke out on May 6 near a café on Leningradskaya Street: four men beat to death a local resident who was relaxing with his family in a café that evening and called a taxi to go home. At the same time, it was noted that all the accused are “citizens of a foreign country.”
As a source in the specified law enforcement agencies told the News Agency, the four defendants were previously citizens, citizens of one foreign country. The source said, “Two of them (editor) obtained Russian citizenship, so they are no longer foreigners,” without specifying details about the other defendants.
The head of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, Alexander Bastrykin, had earlier instructed the head of the Primorsky department, Vladimir Fomin, to report on the progress of the investigation of the criminal case and the established circumstances.

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