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Anarchist Fighter: A new attack against the fascist regime! [Russia]

Komsomolsk-on-Amur. Russia. A new attack against the fascist regime! This time a guerrilla attack was launched against the Rosgvardia office in Komsomolsk-on-Amur. The plan by the guerrilla militant was ambitious: as Baza reports, the daredevil wanted to get into the Rosgvardiya [1] building itself in order to ignite a canister with flammable liquid inside. The door was closed, so the guerrilla fighter set the canister on fire on the porch. A fire broke out.

Source Anarchist Fighter Telegram Channel. Translated by Riot Turtle with assistance of translation tools.

According to the same Baza report, one partisan was arrested. His name is Vladimir Zolotorev and he is 50 years old.

Anarchist Fighter added “Note that a canister with a flammable liquid burns just as well as a Molotov. In addition, a fuse or simple detonator can be attached to a canister (or even several canisters tied together), which delays the moment of ignition for some time and thus greatly increases the chances of a safe getaway for the guerrillas,” in their Telegram post.

We remind you that the Anarchist Fighter has a RevAnarchoFund (https://t.me/BO_AK_reborn/1460). Anarchist Fighter provide material support to partisans.

Video of the attack: here.

Notes

[1] The National Guard of the Russian Federation (Russian: Федеральная служба войск национальной гвардии Российской Федерации, romanized: Federal’naya sluzhba voysk natsional’noy gvardii Rossiyskoy Federatsiilit. ‘Federal Service of the Troops of the National Guard of the Russian Federation’) or Rosgvardiya (Russian: Росгвардия) is the internal military force of Russia, comprising an independent agency that reports directly to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin under his powers as Supreme Commander-in-Chief and Chairman of the Security Council. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Guard_of_Russia

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