Moscow Region: Arson of Military Registration and Enlistment Office
At night in Lukhovitsy, Moscow region, a local man threw Molotov cocktails at the military registration and enlistment office. He tried to destroy the archive with personal data of reservists -conscripts who can be sent to war in Ukraine. We publish his statement.
The other day I set fire to the military registration and enlistment office in Lukhovitsy, Moscow region and filmed it on GoPro. I painted the gates in the colors of the Ukrainian flag and wrote: “I will not go kill my brothers!”, then climbed over the fence, poured gasoline on the front, broke the windows and sent Molotov cocktails into them. The aim was to destroy the archive with the personal files of the conscripts, which is located in this unit. This should prevent mobilization in the district. I hope that I won’t see mclassmates in captivity or in the lists of the dead.
I think it should be spread. Ukrainians will know that people in Russia are fighting for them, not everyone is afraid and there are people who care. Our protesters should be inspired to act more radically. And this should break the spirit of the Russian army and government even more. Let these faggots know that their own people hate them and will extinguish them. The ground will soon burn beneath their feet, hell awaits them at home as well.
On March 2 in the evening in Voronezh, near house #47 on 9th Yanvarya street an unknown person smashed a glass can with flammable liquid against the front door of the military registration and enlistment office for two city districts, after which he set fire and fled. The fire damaged part of the door, there were no victims. The partisan managed to escape. Unfortunately, the alleged arsonist’s face was caught on video surveillance cameras and the police are now trying to identify him.
On March 13, 2022, another arson was reported. According to the cops, a 25-year-old shop assistant of a computer store, protesting against sending conscripts to Ukraine, threw Molotovs into the door of the military registration and enlistment office building on Revolutsionnaya Street around 5 AM (the name of the settlement is not given, we understand it is Berezovsky). Unfortunately, the arsonist was detained and charged with attempted murder, since the watchman was in the building at the time. The watchman was not injured.
Moscow Region (details)
Meanwhile, details of the arsonist’s escape from the military enlistment office in Lukhovitsy have become known. The journalists of “MK” report that after 21-year-old local resident Kirill set fire to the military registration and enlistment office on the night of February 28, he got rid of his phone and did not get in touch with his family. It was not until March 8 that he was detained on the border of Belarus and Lithuania. The arsonist was urgently extradited and taken to the Department of Internal Affairs of Russia in Lukhovitsy. Kirill explained to the police that he intended to go to the territory of Ukraine, where the Russian Federation was conducting “a special operation”. A criminal case was initiated against him under the Criminal Code Article “Vandalism”.
On March 13, early in the morning he asked permission to go to the toilet. The man was uncuffed and after the toilet he was escorted to the criminal investigation office. From there, taking advantage of the delayed staff, Kirill jumped out the window and ran away. He managed to climb over a three-meter fence with wire and headed in the direction of the M5 highway. Currently, the fugitive’s trace was found in the woods towards Kolomna.