How it was (2001) 10.10.2001
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Eyewitnesses of the events of October 20, 1982 in Luzhniki Alexander Mamedov and Svetlana Pimatova talk about the football match "Spartak" - "Haarlem" (Holland), about The number of fans present at the match and the closed entrances and exits at the stadium, the relations between the fans and the police, the causes of the tragedy after End of the match, comment on the course of events during the demonstration of the video shooting of stands and stadium entrances in Luzhniki, about Mamedov's speech at the trial.
Doctor Lev Borisenko speaks about the victims during the crush, about the police's unpreparedness for the scale of the tragedy, about the actions of the militia and medical workers, about The number and age of the victims, the need to train the police during such events.
Mothers of the dead fans Nina Novostroeva and Raisa Viktorova talk about looking for their sons, receiving news of their deaths during a stampede in the Luzhniki Stadium, On the funeral of victims of crush at various cemeteries, on the lack of assistance from the state, on the number of police officers who were at the stadium During the exit of the fans, on the closed exits from the stadium, on the presence at the court, the prosecution of witnesses and relatives of those killed by the authorities.
Former director of the Grand Sports Arena of the Central Stadium.
Lenin Viktor Kokryshev speaks about the charges brought against him, his expulsion from the party, the degree of guilt of the police leadership in the incident, the reasons for the crush, The number of police officers at the stadium, being under investigation, the possibility of a similar tragedy in our days.
Newsreel 1982: First Secretary of the Moscow City Committee of the CPSU Grishin V.V. Appears from the rostrum at solemn meetings in various labor collectives of Moscow.
Video chronicle: the outrage of football fans in the stadiums during the matches.
PersonnelGrishin Viktor Vasilievich - statesman and politician
Wars, conflicts and disasters; Football