In Khabarovsk, the court sentenced to long imprisonment a young man who planned to commit an act of terrorism in a secondary school, which he had finished earlier. According to the plans of the failed terrorist, he planned to "arrange a massacre" in order to surpass his idol, the Norwegian terrorist Anders Breivik, but the FSB officers prevented the killing of innocent people, detaining the young man exactly one day before the planned terrorist attack.
February 22, 2019 I was planning an attack on a general education institution - school number 30. My plans were to surpass my idol - the Norwegian terrorist, Anders Breivik, who killed 77 people
- said at the investigation a young man.
According to local media, the failed terrorist was identified and detained on publications on the Internet, where he, after creating five fake accounts, called for terrorist acts and move from discussion to active actions. Shortly before his arrest, he bought on the Internet a sawn-off shotgun of a double-barreled gun and 96 rounds loaded with buckshot. Exactly this weapons he was going to shoot people. According to him, he planned to take a position on the second floor of the school, "in order to be able to shoot at those who will run out into the street."
For our part, we recall that in recent years, “death groups” have been gaining popularity in Russia, urging adolescents to kill people and commit terrorist acts. All kinds of followers of Breivik and Roslyakov, as well as other terrorists, creating closed groups with the aim of involving the younger generation in them, appeared on the Web.
As previously reported in the FSB DSP, in 2019 alone, intelligence agencies identified more than 150 large youth extremist online communities with about 50 users.