Andrei Ostrovskii, Novaya Gazeta (in Russian) | June 16, 2010
In Vladivostok, Russian officialdom scored a victory over the partisan movement that may yet turn into defeat. ++ While successful against the uprising in the Primorski federal region, local officials have done little “to determine the motives behind the unexplainable brutality and hatred” that recently erupted. ++ In Ussuriysk, officials liquidated a bandit group whose members call themselves “partisans.” ++ "It will be dangerous if the 'partisan affair'" is not properly investigated. Claims of police brutality underline the growing chasm in Russian society.