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Moscow's Bailiff Service will check the actions by bailiffs of the southwestern district
Moscow's Bailiff Service will check the actions by bailiffs of the southwestern district who were enforcing the execution of a court's ruling on private houses in South Butovo. The relevant agreement was reached on Tuesday at an expanded meeting of the Public Chamber for public control over the activity of law-enforcement bodies, attended by Moscow's chief bailiff Alexander Komarov. "The results of the check, which will be made public within ten days, will be submitted to the Chamber," Komarov said. The Public Chamber members said Tuesday they wanted to know if the use of special task force police was legitimate in relocating the Prokofyev family. At one point, the meeting rather began to resemble the Hour of Trial television program. Senior bailiff of the city's southwestern district Andrei Abramov reiterated that he was speaking "truth and only truth." He emphasized that he did not know who had issued the order to call the OMON police. He also said the writ of execution ordered to "evict" the above citizens and that four of his subordinates were trying to enforce the decision. Komarov defended his subordinates' actions, noting that "the bailiffs carried out all their actions in accordance with the law." The bailiffs had "the right, but are not obliged to require additional explanations from judicial bodies," according to Abramov. He acknowledged though, that "a rapid reaction group" of a police department numbering 20 people, helmeted and clad in bulletproof vests, was called when the court's decision was being enforced on June 19. The district bailiff explained the necessity of enlisting additional forces to protect law and order by the information, received by law-enforcement bodies, about the intention by National Bolsheviks to intervene in the dispute between South Butovo residents and municipal authorities. "The public order was maintained," Komarov emphasized. Moscow police chief Vladimir Pronin had been invited to the meeting but was unable to attend. Public Chamber commission chairman Anatoly Kucherena said Pronin had expressed readiness to offer the necessary documents at the next meeting of the Public Chamber commission. City authorities are planning to pull down private houses in South Butovo, in accordance with a program to build residential areas with high-rise apartment buildings. As bailiffs began to execute the ruling passed by the Zyuzinsky court, they met with tough resistance from house owners, who received broad public support.
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