In St. Petersburg, the police came to a local resident and handed a summons to the draft board addressed to her uncle, who died nine years ago. The woman herself told about this to Mediazone.
A man in civilian clothes and a police officer came to the St. Petersburg woman on September 22. They were going to serve a summons in her uncle's name. He died back in 2013.
According to the woman, they tried to get into the apartment for 15 minutes. “They threatened to call the Ministry of Emergency Situations to take out the door. In general, we opened it to them, ”said the Petersburger.
This is not the first such case. In Buryatia, they wanted to call for war a man who died two years ago. His sister told about it.
“I want to note that my brother never served in the army at all, because he was not suitable for health reasons! At first they did not believe that he was dead, but then they apologized. How now to believe these leaflets that someone is not subject to mobilization and that it is "partial"? If they come for the dead? On the one hand, it’s funny, all their information is outdated, on the other hand, Buryatia, as always, is ahead of the rest — they are ready for meat supplies, ” she wrote on Facebook.