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25 years of the assassination attempt on General Romanov: the crime has not yet been solved

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Lifetime monument to General Romanov in Saratov



On September 27, A.A. Romanov turned 72 years old.

On October 6, 1995, 25 years ago, an attempt was made on the life of Lieutenant General Anatoly Romanov, commander of the United Group of Federal Forces in Chechnya. On this day, General Romanov was supposed to meet at the Severny airport with Ruslan Khasbulatov, the former chairman of the State Duma, a Chechen by origin, who claimed to be a mediator to resolve the conflict. It was planned to discuss some issues before the upcoming meeting on the same day with one of the separatist leaders Aslan Maskhadov. Also - to discuss the ongoing negotiations with the Chechen elders and authorities on the issue of ending the resistance, freeing the settlements and regions of Chechnya from armed militants and the peaceful transfer to the control of the Russian army.

During the movement of the convoy of cars with the general around the city, at the moment when the "UAZ" with him entered the tunnel under the bridge in the area of ​​Minutka Square, an explosive device went off. As a result of the explosion, General Romanov was seriously injured. Only the fact that he was in a bulletproof vest and a helmet, as well as urgently provided first aid, helped him stay alive. Later, doctors diagnosed a fracture of the base of the skull, edema of the brain stem, rupture of the liver, severe contusion of the left eye, closed chest injury, fracture of both jaws and multiple shrapnel wounds to the face, lower leg, thigh, hands, grade 2-3 shock. The assistant commander Colonel Zaslavsky and the driver who were traveling with him died on the spot. Fifteen escort servicemen and 15 civilians were injured from a bus passing by accident.

In Moscow, at the Burdenko hospital, doctors managed to eliminate a mortal threat to Romanov's life. On January 10, 1996, he underwent an operation to install an electrical brain stimulator. Since then, General Romanov was treated first at the hospital. Academician N.N.Burdenko, and then was placed in the Main Military Clinical Hospital of the Internal Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Balashikha, near Moscow. There he is to this day and is undergoing various types of treatment. The current state of the general is assessed as stable, although consciousness has not returned to him completely.

There are different opinions about what exactly was blown up. Some experts claim that it was a landmine on the sidelines, others say that two suspended charges were blown up, and four were laid. There are also conspiracy theories, according to one of which the explosives were in the car of the general himself. The explosion power is estimated at thirty kilograms in TNT equivalent.

There are also many versions about the motives and reasons for the assassination attempt, customers and perpetrators. Here is the intention of some forces to disrupt the peace process in which he actively participated, and the conspiracy against him by unknown from the special services, his deputy, and the hand of Berezovsky.

But the closest version to the truth, apparently, is the revenge of the Chechen separatists under the command of Aslan Maskhadov. There was information that the FSB of Russia in Chechnya, together with the Vympel group, detained participants in the assassination attempt on General Romanov Ibragim Ayubov, as well as three other suspects. But one thing is absolutely clear - it was not an accidental explosion, but an action carefully prepared and carried out by professionals.

Despite the measures taken to search for criminals, the search for perpetrators in hot pursuit has not yielded results so far, although on the same day criminal case No. 24 was initiated. But on August 9, 1996, the main materials of this criminal case were destroyed when a shell hit the building of the FSB headquarters for the Chechen Republic, and in December of the same year the investigation was suspended "due to the failure to identify the person to be charged with." After the signing of the Khasavyurt agreements of 1996, the investigation was not conducted due to the prevailing circumstances on the territory of the so-called Ichkeria. And at the time of the end of the second Chechen war, all possible organizers and performers, most likely, had already been destroyed.

It is sad for a great country that neither the customers, nor the organizers, nor the perpetrators of the assassination attempt on General Romanov have been officially established. And the further we are from this event, the more speculation and conspiracy theories appear. However, it is the state's duty to complete the investigation into this case.

P.S. According to the story of his wife, during a meeting at the General Staff of representatives of all types of troops that were to enter Chechnya, General Romanov was the only one present who stood up and said that the troops were not ready for this operation. Then it could be worth a career. But, apparently, Yeltsin remembered his loyalty during the 1993 putsch, when Kulikov and Romanov did not take his side and the Internal Troops played an important role in his victory over Rutskoy and Khasbulatov. There is a version that this is why he was left in the service, although the warnings were ignored.
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  1. stas
    stas 7 October 2020 09: 51
    +3
    So is he alive?
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 7 October 2020 09: 56
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      Quote: stas
      So is he alive?

      Alive, alive. But can it be called life? In general, it may sound crazy, but what is it? Payback or reward for loyalty to Yeltsin?
      1. Don karleone
        Don karleone 7 October 2020 12: 00
        -3
        He served Russia and not Yeltsin
        1. Nikolaevich I
          Nikolaevich I 7 October 2020 18: 25
          +6
          Quote: Don Karleone
          He served Russia and not Yeltsin

          Hmmm ...! It turns out that it also happens ... You think that you serve Russia, but it turned out ... you were used by scoundrels!
      2. ArioN
        ArioN 7 October 2020 17: 33
        +2
        Quote: Egoza
        Quote: stas
        So is he alive?

        Alive, alive. But can it be called life? In general, it may sound crazy, but what is it? Payback or reward for loyalty to Yeltsin?

        A double feeling, but then the horror of what was happening .. God be his judge! He fulfilled his duty to the end and his death more than once looked in the face of the traitors to Russia too, I think he understood, but he could not do anything ..
        1. Doliva63
          Doliva63 7 October 2020 18: 46
          +2
          Quote: ArioN
          Quote: Egoza
          Quote: stas
          So is he alive?

          Alive, alive. But can it be called life? In general, it may sound crazy, but what is it? Payback or reward for loyalty to Yeltsin?

          A double feeling, but then the horror of what was happening .. God be his judge! He fulfilled his duty to the end and his death more than once looked in the face of the traitors to Russia too, I think he understood, but he could not do anything ..

          Is God his judge? And what could be. He put on Yeltsin in order to make a career, that is, he traded his homeland for positions and titles. He is the same traitor as Yeltsin and Gorby, like all Gaidars, Chubais, etc. The Chechen war is the result of Gorbi-Yeltsin's rule, so justice has triumphed, God has already judged him. When will the rest be rewarded?
    2. Insurgent
      Insurgent 7 October 2020 09: 59
      12
      Quote: stas
      So is he alive?

      Alive, but such a life, only the worst enemy can be desired.

      God forbid...
      1. Mordvin 3
        Mordvin 3 7 October 2020 10: 12
        -21 qualifying.
        Quote: Insurgent
        Alive, but such a life, only the worst enemy can be desired.

        God forbid...

        Share ...
        1. nnm
          nnm 7 October 2020 11: 00
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          Don't forget about the principle of historicity. About the fact that now we are operating with other data, different experience, reasoning. Agree, not only Romanov, but also millions of ordinary naive us, the simplest people, brought Yeltsin to power, supported him, including in the war for power with the same State Duma. Although, in fact, some were worth the others. Therefore, one should not judge so strongly the one who cannot answer the question - why? The majority were also deceived then.
          Now, looking back, it is difficult for us, but it is possible to admit our mistakes. And he has no such opportunity.
          1. Mordvin 3
            Mordvin 3 7 October 2020 11: 28
            +6
            Quote: nnm
            millions of ordinary naive us, the most ordinary people, brought Yeltsin to power

            I didn't bring him. In our city there were about twenty people with a poster: "Down with the Emergency Committee!" He walked by, neighing. My classmate was standing there. In the USSR, he received 380 rubles, now - 15 thousand, as a watchman. What did he fight for, one wonders?
    3. nnm
      nnm 7 October 2020 10: 49
      10
      For some reason, I also always remember how Serdyukov wanted to remove the provision of Romanov's medical care from the Ministry of Defense. They say, misuse of the budget is too expensive. We barely defended. Moreover, we must pay tribute to T. Shevtsova - she also helped a lot in this matter.
      1. Bashkirkhan
        Bashkirkhan 7 October 2020 10: 56
        -7
        Quote: nnm
        I also always remember how Serdyukov wanted to remove the provision of medical care for Romanov from the Ministry of Defense

        Romanov has been receiving general's maintenance for 25 years, the Defense Ministry can be understood.
        1. nnm
          nnm 7 October 2020 10: 57
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          God forbid someone to get "general's content" like that.
      2. Captain45
        Captain45 7 October 2020 11: 41
        +7
        Quote: nnm
        For some reason, I also always remember how Serdyukov wanted to remove the provision of Romanov's medical care from the Ministry of Defense. They say, misuse of the budget is too expensive. We barely defended. Moreover, we must pay tribute to T. Shevtsova - she also helped a lot in this matter.

        And what has to do with Serdyukov, if Romanov is in: "and then was placed in the Chief Military Clinical hospital of the internal troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Balashikha near Moscow. There he is to this day and is undergoing various types of treatment."(c). The Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Internal Affairs have completely different budgetary funding, that is, the Ministry of Defense has nothing to do with the money and budget of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, as well as the Ministry of Internal Affairs to the Ministry of Defense. And Serdyukov had the same attitude to the maintenance of Romanov in the hospital of the Ministry of Internal Affairs as and, as far as I remember, Romanov was the Deputy Commander of the Internal Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation and had a relation to the Ministry of Defense only by the fact that he was the commander of the combined group of troops and forces.
        1. nnm
          nnm 7 October 2020 12: 21
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          But why did you start citing the article so selectively, leaving out of the brackets the Burdenko Ministry of Defense Hospital, where he had been lying for 2009 years before being transferred in 14?
          So you should not talk about the issue so one-sided and categorically.
          As an admirer of the creative work of an effective manager, I will personally tell you that first of all, by PERSONAL order of Serdyukov, the nurse was fired and Romanov's wife practically spent the night in the ward, then people began to be dumped for these expenses, somewhere the medical staff began to divide their shifts and etc. This is the level of Mr. Serdyukov's "concern".
          1. ccsr
            ccsr 7 October 2020 13: 34
            +6
            Quote: nnm
            But why did you start citing the article so selectively, leaving out of the brackets the Burdenko Ministry of Defense Hospital, where he had been lying for 2009 years before being transferred in 14?

            This could be a directive of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief, and therefore military doctors were obliged to treat him at the expense of the budget of the Ministry of Defense. What's so surprising about it?
            Quote: nnm
            So you should not talk about the issue so one-sided and categorically.

            Yes, in general, no one is talking about this - what's the difference, because budget money is still going, there is only one "pocket".
            Quote: nnm
            To you, as an admirer of the creative work of an effective manager, I will personally tell you that first of all, by PERSONAL order of Serdyukov, the nurse was fired and Romanov's wife practically spent the night in the ward, then people began to be dumped for these expenses, somewhere the medical staff began to divide their shifts and etc.

            No one here is an admirer of Serdyukov's work, but can you explain how to legally justify the Ministry of Defense funding the full-time position of a nurse that is not on the staff of the hospital? I cannot imagine this, as well as those who understand at least something in the military budget.
            You leave your emotions about General Romanov, and at least try to understand why the Ministry of Defense should push through the staff for his nurse, since he is a serviceman of the Ministry of Internal Affairs?
            At least think about this, especially since the total staff of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the National Guard has long surpassed the staff of the Ministry of Defense, and they are able to take on themselves the provision of treatment for this honored general.
            1. nnm
              nnm 7 October 2020 14: 12
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              Quote: ccsr
              I cannot imagine this, as well as those who understand at least something in the military budget.
              You leave your emotions about General Romanov, and at least try to understand why the Ministry of Defense should push through the staff for his nurse, since he is a serviceman of the Ministry of Internal Affairs?

              Colleague, no offense, but you have extremely misconceptions about such questions: what states have come up with (it would have been better to write about the cost of operations then), I wrote somewhere above that the position was on the staff of the hospital? No. But that's not the point. Judging by your phrases:
              Quote: ccsr
              why the Ministry of Defense should break through the state

              Quote: ccsr
              they are in a position to undertake the provision of treatment for this distinguished general

              you have the most important drawback, in principle, inherent in very many such reasoners.
              You have forgotten about one thing behind the numbers, the list of budgetary and personnel powers - about the grief of a person, his relatives, and his family. Forgot about what years we are talking about and what level of "organization" and mutual understanding between the departments was, etc. You can't stop seeing a person for money. Which does not lie at the expense of the budget for liposuction, or a buttock lift, but which the Motherland sent to the war and suffered there. And this applies not only to the general, but also to the private, not only the military, but any person. Before writing somewhere in the inspection report - "inappropriate, not supposed to be kicked out urgently!" you try this situation on yourself (God forbid!), and then try to resolve it yourself - agree in 2007 about transferring him for treatment to the Ministry of Internal Affairs (although he was transferred only after the main operation in 2009, to which he was afraid to move, but you then they did not even bother to understand this), make inter-budgetary transfers through the Ministry of Finance, etc. ... but then, when you were able to solve the issue yourself, ask others, blame them. For the inspectors, who do not understand that there is a letter of the law, but the spirit of the law (which the Collegium of the RF Armed Forces paid attention to SEVERAL times (no, the Armed Forces here are not the Armed Forces, by the way) and do not understand that any of their actions as representatives the authorities should push off from the person, and not push him away - worse than empty demagogues, for people like them drive families out of their homes in winter for rent, etc. People are not created to serve the interests of the state, but the state to take care of people.
              And what you write, not only is it elementary solved by the simplest actions, for example, in the form of concluding contracts for other services, it also copies the very logic of Serdyukov - it is not supposed to, so - let the wife solve the problems herself, but in a month We are throwing Romanov out of the hospital if there is no payment.
              1. ccsr
                ccsr 7 October 2020 18: 47
                +6
                Quote: nnm
                Colleague, no offense, but you have extremely misconceptions about such issues: some states have come up with

                Yes, I did not come up with it, but this is the basis of budgetary discipline, because the money for the maintenance of any serviceman or employee in the Ministry of Defense is approved by the Government of the country, and precisely in accordance with the regular position.
                Quote: nnm
                you have the most important drawback, in principle, inherent in very many such reasoners.

                The main drawback to you is that you know too little the service above your position, which is why you switched to reasoning, instead of arguing with me to the question: why should the Ministry of Defense provide treatment for General Romanov?
                Quote: nnm
                And this applies not only to the general, but also to the private, not only the military, but any person.

                Something I did not hear that conscripts from the Ministry of Defense were treated in the Balashikha hospital of the Ministry of Internal Affairs - they are sent to Burdenko and it would never occur to anyone to demand that they be treated elsewhere.
                Quote: nnm
                And what you write, not only is it elementary solved by the simplest actions, for example, in the form of concluding contracts for other services,

                So you say directly that the Ministry of Internal Affairs transferred money for the treatment of Romanov, but you don’t talk about it - it’s strange why you are silent about this, at least then I would have understood your accusatory pathos. As for Serdyukov personally, he is a criminal, but not because during his leadership of the Ministry of Defense, General Romanov was transferred to the departmental hospital of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, but because he destroyed our defenses, and this is his fault of a completely different order.
                1. Captain45
                  Captain45 8 October 2020 10: 12
                  +1
                  Quote: ccsr
                  The main drawback to you is that you know too little the service above your position, which is why you switched to reasoning, instead of arguing with me to the question: why should the Ministry of Defense provide treatment for General Romanov?

                  Thank you, colleague, for the clear reasoned answers to the next teardrop fighter for the people. Honestly, I have long been tired of engaging in fruitless discussions with such sufferers for the people, therefore I leave all their objections and comments unanswered.
            2. mmaxx
              mmaxx 10 October 2020 08: 03
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              Let it be better to have a full-time position of a nurse than to sit a specific doctor who will be ordered.
              Here, in such cases, one must understand that whoever a person serves, he served the state. He should not be thrown out into the street for this. Everyone who got there should know that if he did not commit something criminally punishable, he will be buried under a threefold volley.
              Since when did any king understand that the first step is to erect a monument to his predecessor. No matter how bad a person he is. It calls the continuity of power and history. You shouldn't be seething with hatred for your story. We must learn from it and remember it. She is ours and nobody else's.
              1. ccsr
                ccsr 10 October 2020 10: 42
                +2
                Quote: mmaxx
                Let it be better to have a full-time position of a nurse than to sit a specific doctor who will be ordered.

                In general, according to the Labor Code, there should be at least four of them, they should be registered for work as employees of medical personnel with all social benefits, etc. If you do not know what was going on then in the Ministry of Defense and who was laid off, then I will just give an example of how a lieutenant colonel from the "mandryk" under Serdyukov was simply cut down and made his civilian position - it's good that he already had twenty calendar days, otherwise he would fly out without a pension from the Ministry of Defense.

                Quote: mmaxx
                He cannot be thrown out into the street for this.

                Nobody talked about this - it was just that they offered treatment in the Moscow Region military hospital of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, and the family wanted him to be treated in Moscow, and in a foreign departmental hospital. But the Ministry of Defense had no reason for this - that's why there was a problem of misunderstanding.
                Quote: mmaxx
                No matter how bad a person he is. It calls the continuity of power and history

                I don’t believe in this demagogy and am categorically against the erection of monuments to the "kings" Gorbachev and Yeltsin - find more tearful listeners for your sermons.
                Quote: mmaxx
                You shouldn't be seething with hatred for your story.

                On the contrary, I love her and am proud of her, despite the fact that sometimes scoundrels and crooks ended up in power.
                1. mmaxx
                  mmaxx 10 October 2020 16: 07
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                  Personally, of course, I am against the monuments to Gorbachev and Yeltsin. But, unfortunately, it is correct that they left everything. Although I'd love to hang them.
                  But time has already decided. Humpback is unlikely to go out in Russia. And only a couple of% of people praise Yeltsin. But we also needed to learn such a lesson. Everything was too simple and naive in the 80s and 90s. The main thing is that this does not happen again.
          2. Jager
            Jager 10 October 2020 18: 01
            +1
            Taburetkin has long deserved a separate cauldron in hell.
    4. Clear
      Clear 8 October 2020 18: 41
      +4
      Quote: stas
      So is he alive?

      And his wife looks after him. May God grant her health.
  2. Varyag71
    Varyag71 7 October 2020 09: 56
    10
    Did not know that Romanov was on the side of EBN. It's very unfortunate.
  3. stas
    stas 7 October 2020 10: 01
    0
    A monument to him during his lifetime for loyalty to EBNu, or what?
  4. stas
    stas 7 October 2020 10: 03
    +2
    Was he not in charge of the shooting of parliament from a tank?
    1. NDR-791
      NDR-791 7 October 2020 10: 07
      +2
      Luzhkov personally ran radio sets and handed out money. Then I personally collected the radio sets.
    2. Aviator_
      Aviator_ 10 October 2020 18: 45
      0
      The shooting from the tank is Grachev (Pasha-Mercedes). Romanov supervised the cleaning of the area and the collection of all those caught at the Krasnaya Presnya stadium. Then she was red with blood again.
      1. stas
        stas 11 October 2020 00: 14
        -1
        Don't lie, Grachev (uka, but refused to be shot by tanks. Have you been there?
        1. Aviator_
          Aviator_ 11 October 2020 09: 33
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          There were no tanks in service with the Ministry of Internal Affairs in 1993, this is the Ministry of Defense. Grachev did not refuse, otherwise he would not have sat in his place. Again, he was in command of the failed Chechen "blitzkrieg" of autumn 94. The Chechens then showed one captured tanker who took part in the shooting of our parliament. He was very surprised - it turns out that it is one thing to shoot an unarmed parliament, and another thing to shoot armed Chechens. As for me, I was there.
  5. Daniil Konovalenko
    Daniil Konovalenko 7 October 2020 10: 12
    +1
    However, it is the state's duty to complete the investigation into this case.
    ... Apparently it will remain a secret.
  6. 7,62h54
    7,62h54 7 October 2020 10: 16
    +4
    Here is fate, you will not envy. Or maybe Boriska to the nail ...
  7. awesom3-lutsevich
    awesom3-lutsevich 7 October 2020 10: 35
    +3
    As well as the unsolved murder of Rokhlin, although the defendants stood on opposite sides of the barricades
    1. Zaurbek
      Zaurbek 7 October 2020 10: 47
      0
      The generals of those times could claim power .... and the times were politically unstable.
      1. novel66
        novel66 7 October 2020 10: 57
        +5
        Napoleon was not found, however ...
        1. Clear
          Clear 8 October 2020 18: 43
          +4
          Quote: novel xnumx
          Napoleon was not found, however ...

          Such events are taking place that Napoleon may still be found ... and not alone ...
  8. was-witek
    was-witek 7 October 2020 10: 37
    +1
    Romanov took a direct part in the coup d'état in Russia, led the execution of Parliament in the White House in 93 ... that's what he paid for, the guys from above do not forgive such actions ...
    1. Vol4ara
      Vol4ara 7 October 2020 10: 59
      -2
      Quote: was-witek
      Romanov took a direct part in the coup d'état in Russia, led the execution of Parliament in the White House in 93 ... that's what he paid for, the guys from above do not forgive such actions ...

      The guys from above, by the time of the assassination attempt were already deep below
    2. Glory1974
      Glory1974 7 October 2020 13: 11
      -5
      Romanov took a direct part in the coup d'état in Russia, led the execution of Parliament in the White House in 93.

      Romanov did not direct the execution of parliament. Don't talk nonsense.
      Obeying the orders of the Supreme Commander is also not a crime.
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      2. forester1971
        forester1971 7 October 2020 20: 34
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        I agree with you. The fact that in 1993 the leaders of the security forces had to choose between very bad and very bad is no secret to anyone. At that time, the country was on the brink of a full-scale civil war and it could have been much more bloody than the civil war of the early 20th century.
        For the personality, directly, of General A.A. Romanov. I can say that this is a really worthy general, a rare case when a sufficiently high-ranking leader is respected by his subordinates.
        After the New Year's assault on Grozny in the first company under the command of the "genius" General PS Grachev, General of the Army AS Kulikov was appointed commander of the grouping of troops in Chechnya. and under his command all other cities were taken and the entire territory of the Chechen Republic was occupied with practically no losses from the federal forces. Then Colonel-General A.A. Romanov was appointed commander of the group. and he put things in order that by the end of the summer of 1995, single military vehicles could move around the plains of the Chechen Republic unaccompanied - this was what many of those who were “mother of war” didn’t like, which was the main reason for the assassination attempt.
  9. APASUS
    APASUS 7 October 2020 11: 14
    +2
    When there were battles in Chechnya, they could not establish, and now that more than half of the Chechens participating in the war have gone over to the side of Russia, it simply does not make sense. Politically, stirring up the past is not profitable.
  10. Glory1974
    Glory1974 7 October 2020 13: 15
    +1
    We have a lot of crimes to be investigated, not only the attempt on Romanov's life. all and do not count. Them of those that are heard: the murder of Rokhlin, Kadyrov senior, General Garidov, etc., not to mention the poisoning of various personalities, deadly and no.
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  13. Rzzz
    Rzzz 7 October 2020 16: 46
    +5
    Quote: glory1974
    Obeying the orders of the Supreme Commander is also not a crime.

    For a soldier, yes. But the general is not only a hanger for a hat, he must think.
    In Nuremberg, the generals did not pass the excuse "we were only following orders."
    1. Glory1974
      Glory1974 8 October 2020 10: 08
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      But the general is not only a hanger for a hat, he must think

      I agree with you on 100%.
      But as for Romanov, unlike other generals, he refrained from carrying out criminal orders. If there is a trial for those events, he has nothing to show. The internal troops under his command guarded important objects from various personalities, including marauders and provocateurs, no more. But no less, because weapons were used.
  14. Nikolaevich I
    Nikolaevich I 7 October 2020 18: 41
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    It is sad for a great country that neither the customers, nor the organizers, nor the perpetrators of the assassination attempt on General Romanov have been officially established. And who needed it then? fool When deputies and senior officers sold military secrets to the enemy for dollars, not embarrassed that they were paid not just for secrets, but for the future shed blood of our soldiers! When the "cannibals" hiding behind the "title" of human rights activists applauded the news of a large number of killed Russian soldiers! The meanness of the situation remains the same; because. those chmyri, who were in the maintenance of the enemy, may have remained in the service and even more succeeded in it! Therefore, even now, many people do not need this crime detection ...!
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  16. yehat2
    yehat2 8 October 2020 10: 36
    +1
    30kg of TNT and man survived ???
    that's enough to knock out a tank!
    1. Clear
      Clear 8 October 2020 18: 44
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      Quote: yehat2
      30kg of TNT and man survived ???
      that's enough to knock out a tank!

      Our people are stronger than armor!
  17. viktor.
    viktor. 10 October 2020 17: 43
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    [quote = Bashkirkhan] Romanov has been receiving general's content for 25 years, the Ministry of Defense can be understood. [/ quote] Are you jealous? fool
  18. Revival
    Revival 11 October 2020 00: 13
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    "Yeltsin remembered his loyalty during the 1993 putsch, when Kulikov and Romanov sided with him ...."

    Well then......