Actions of radical resistance, carried out by individuals or small groups, continue all over Russia.
On October 13 in the evening in Tomsk there was an attempt of arson in military registration and enlistment office building on Moskovsky highway. Firefighters and a police squad arrived on the scene in the evening. Any details of the action were withheld by the authorities.
On the night of October 15, the military registration and enlistment office in the capital of Karachay-Cherkessia Republic caught fire. A video shows that the fire engulfed the first floor and the facade of the building. There are no details about the extent of the damage to the military registration and enlistment office. It is reported that this is an old military registration and enlistment office building, currently unused.
17 October. In Mukhorshibir village in Buryatia at night an unknown guerilla attacked the military enlistment office in the village. He threw a Molotov cocktail on the roof of the building, but the fire only covered 2 square meters of the facade and did not penetrate inside. The fire was noticed by a security guard and extinguished.
Revolt in the Army
Details of the shooting at the shooting range in Belgorod region on October 15 are gradually emerging. Three soldiers – a Daghestani, an Azerbaijani and an Adygean – said that “this is not our war” and tried to write a report saying that they did not want to serve any more. The target of the attack was Lieutenant Colonel Andrei Lapin, the head of the training ground, who stated that “this is a holy war,” and then made an insulting remark about the Muslim faith. An hour and a half after the verbal conflict, the servicemen went to the firing range, where the three soldiers involved in the argument took their weapons with live ammunition, asked the Muslims to move away from Lapin, and began firing. Thirteen servicemen were killed and there were wounded. The shooters were two or three citizens of Tajikistan, one of them might have been mobilized by force or tricked, he was a migrant worker and had never expressed a desire to go to war and then suddenly disappeared. Continue reading “Russia: Actions of radical resistance, carried out by individuals or small groups, continue all over the country”