The 2nd Western District Military Court sentenced Dmitry Lyamin, a resident of the city of Shuya in the Ivanovo region, to eight years in prison for attempting to set fire to a military registration and enlistment office. He was found guilty of committing a terrorist act, according to the IvanovoNEWS Telegram channel, citing the press service of the regional department of the FSB.
According to investigators, on the night of March 19, 2022, a 32-year-old man threw an improvised incendiary device through the window of the military enlistment office in Shuya. The fire was quickly extinguished and no one was hurt. The Molotov cocktail didn't even get inside the building.
On the same day, Lyamin was detained. At first, a case was brought against him under the article on damage to property, but then the case was reclassified as an article on a terrorist attack. The investigators concluded that Lyamin's actions were aimed at "destabilizing the activities of the authorities."
Lyamin was assigned compulsory treatment by a psychiatrist on an outpatient basis at the place of serving his sentence. At the end of June, he was taken to Moscow for a psychiatric examination at the Center. Serbian. Then Lyamin, for some unknown reason, refused the services of a lawyer. Human rights activist Ivan Astashin wrote on his Telegram channel that he could have been pressured.