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Man Attempted to Throw Molotov Cocktail at Lenin Mausoleum

Man Attempted to Throw Molotov Cocktail at Lenin Mausoleum

Attempted Arson at Lenin Mausoleum: Man Apprehended After Throwing Molotov Cocktail

According to reports, a man in Moscow was apprehended on Monday evening after attempting to throw a Molotov cocktail at the Lenin Mausoleum in Red Square. The incident did not result in any damage to the mausoleum, as the Molotov cocktail landed on the pavement.

The suspect, identified as 37-year-old Konstantin Stachukov, was detained at the scene. Authorities have opened a case against him for “disobedience to the lawful demand” of an officer. While the motive behind his actions is still unknown, it has been noted that Stachukov had previously been detained in May for carrying Molotov cocktails in Red Square.

Suspect Detained After Attempting to Throw Molotov Cocktail at Lenin Mausoleum

At this time, there is no available information regarding Stachukov’s motives. Fortunately, the mausoleum itself remained undamaged, and the preserved body of Russian revolutionary Vladimir Lenin continues to be publicly displayed, as it has been almost continuously since his death in 1924.

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