In Murmansk, a 19-year-old local resident, Shamil Aliev-Gasanov, was detained on charges of setting fire to a military registration and enlistment office. This is reported by the Baza Telegram channel close to the Kremlin, which receives information from sources in law enforcement agencies.
According to Aliyev-Hasanov, an anonymous user from social networks forced him to set fire to the military registration and enlistment office. He allegedly sent death threats to the young man and blackmailed him. As a result, on the night of May 14, Aliyev-Gasanov came to the military registration and enlistment office on Burkova Street, broke the glass on the basement floor of the building, filled the frame with incendiary mixture, set it on fire and ran away. He filmed the arson process on his phone. A fire started, equipment and furniture caught fire in the office of the military registration and enlistment office. The fire was extinguished only an hour later. According to Baza, a criminal case may be opened against Aliyev-Hasanov. Probably, we are talking about an article on sabotage (Article 281 of the Criminal Code).
After the start of a full-scale war in Ukraine, all over Russia, partisans began setting fire to military registration and enlistment offices and sabotaging railways. Many of them end up in arrests and criminal cases. If you decide to conduct a forceful resistance action and want to avoid a similar fate, check out The Insider's guerrilla memo .