A conflict with police, who have been trying to protect the fence, has also taken place, Kazanskyi informed.
"Constructions fencing 15 hectares are rarely seen. In the past, communists were destroying houses of landlords. Now people attack communists' houses," the blogger commented. "Given that one acre of land in Bucha costs several thousand dollars, one can only imagine how successful Kaletnik was in the Customs office."
Kazanskyi assumed that Kaletnik fenced the land with a 5-meter-high construction in order to set hunting within its perimeter. "A hunt would look like this: captured animals are let out within the fence, and people follow them and shoot, given that the high wall does not allow the animals to escape."