Today, the followers of the Nazi ideology continue to settle accounts with those who literally did not finish off the Nazi criminals during (and after) the Great Patriotic War.
Vandals painted the memorial with images of the swastika, doused it with red paint and made anti-Semitic inscriptions in Russian.
The police announced that they had already begun an investigation into the incident. However, it must be assumed that this investigation will not end with anything like dozens of previous ones. The main reason is that fighting with your own history in Lithuania, it has long been elevated to the rank of state policy, as in a number of neighboring countries, including Latvia and Poland.
And the anti-Semitic inscriptions in Russian on the memorial look like a clear provocation against the local Russian-speaking population of Lithuania.