Alexey Kravets' sis staing behind bars.
In October court bailiffs arrived at Alexei Kravets' house at 65 Prosvesheniya Street in the Adler section of Sochi in order to execute a court order to demolish his house. Kravets refused them entry until local Child Protection Services officials could arrive because his thirteen-year-old son was at home. The bailiffs refused to delay the demolition. They forced their way into the house and threw the family’s furniture, clothes, and personal possessions into the yard, despite the fact that it was raining.
By mid-afternoon, the three-story home in which Alexey and his 13-year old son have been living for over nine years was demolished. Alexei and his son, who have no other place of residence, have not received any compensation for the house. As of this writing, the local authorities also have not offered the family temporary accommodation.
From 2008 to 2013 roughly 3,000 people have been resettled. During this time, settlers were given 482 single homes and 518 apartments with a total area of 100 thousand square meters.
Many of the resettled cases, were not calmly handled. For many individuals, the resettlement resulted in stress. Others were satisfied with the move to their new home.