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A resident of Kemerovo who tried to set fire to the military enlistment office was included in the list of extremists and terrorists

After an attempt to set fire to the recruiting office in Kemerovo, 59-year-old local resident Elena Sharova was included in the register of extremists and terrorists. This was reported in the telegram channel about updating the list, which is maintained by programmer Ivan Shukshin.

The list of Rosinfomonitoring includes both those under investigation and those convicted in cases of terrorism and extremism, their accounts are blocked. Officially, under which article the case was initiated after the fire, it was not previously reported.

A resident of Kemerovo threw a Molotov cocktail at the military enlistment office of Zavodskoy and Tsentralny districts on October 28 – she was detained the same day. The press service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations for Kuzbass explained to the publication NGS42 that two fire departments went out to put out the fire, but added that the fire area was only 0.2 square meters; no harm done.

According to the SHOT telegram channel, Sharova works as an estimate engineer at a local construction company. According to the Telegram channel, she was going to throw a Molotov cocktail at the door of the military registration and enlistment office, but it fell next to the porch.

According to Mediazona's calculations, arsonists at military enlistment offices are increasingly being charged in cases of terrorism (205 of the Criminal Code). Cases of such arsons increased after the announcement of mobilization in the country. Buildings of military enlistment offices and administrative buildings have been on fire since September 21 in Kazan, Kyzyl, Novosibirsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Shchelkovo, Goryachiy Klyuch and other cities throughout Russia.

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