In recent days, the cyber police have installed the administrators of groups and information channels in social networks, and more than 30 of them have already been blocked.
The activity of the new youth movement “PMC Redan”, whose members organize mass fights, in Ukraine is falling significantly. This was told by the chief inspector of the Juvenile Prevention Department of the National Police Roksolana Semiryakova on the air of the telethon.
According to her, the cyber police have already installed administrators of groups and information channels on social networks, and more than 30 of them have already been blocked.
“Therefore, the Redan movement in Ukraine is declining, its activity is falling,” she said.
Semiryakova noted that there is no punishment for participating in any subculture. However, if “certain actions” give rise to negative consequences and if the facts of some kind of offense are established in them, then a legal assessment will be given to this.
“And already within the limits of either administrative or criminal legislation, a certain responsibility really comes,” said a representative of law enforcement agencies.
She also urged parents to be vigilant and take an interest in what their children do in their free time.
What is “PMC Redan”?
“PMC Redan” is a youth subculture of lovers of Japanese culture, it was inspired by the anime series “Hunter x Hunter”. Supporters of the movement wear long hair, the image of spiders on their clothes and the number 4.
Its participants have nothing to do with paramilitary formations like the Wagner PMC, whose mercenaries are fighting in Ukraine on the side of the Russian Federation. Instead, they organize riots, in particular, fights with football fans.
Recall, on February 28, the police detained supporters of PMC Redan in Kyiv near the Ocean Plaza shopping center. The security forces detained several young people and took them to the police station. The remaining teenagers in black remained standing near the mall.
According to law enforcement officials, curators from the Russian Federation in the last days of February began to organize Ukrainian teenagers to participate in riots in large cities of the country.
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