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In St. Petersburg detained the head of the "military-patriotic club" involved in the illicit arms trade

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Information Agency Interfax with reference to the law enforcement agencies of St. Petersburg, reports that unlawful activities of one of the non-profit organizations operating in the city have been identified. The head of the St. Petersburg NPO was engaged in what seemed to be such an important and socially significant work as “military-historical-patriotic education,” but at the same time the illegal trade was also in the interests of the detainee. weapons.


In St. Petersburg detained the head of the "military-patriotic club" involved in the illicit arms trade


Special services officers received information that the head of the NGO was engaged in the sale of weapons and ammunition. The role of the grenade buyer F-1 was performed by one of the operational staff. After the transaction, the head of the “military-patriotic” organization was detained. During searches in his office, they found a whole arsenal of weapons, including seven Kalashnikov assault rifles, one Kalashnikov light machine gun, several kilograms of gunpowder and aluminum powder, as well as several items that are being studied for explosives.

In addition, about 50 kg of ammonium nitrate, two PPSH submachine guns, more than 30 F-1 grenades, Mosin rifle were found. No documentation allowing the arsenal to be kept by the detainee was available.

It is reported that a criminal case was initiated against a defendant under art. 222 of the Criminal Code "Illegal acquisition, transfer, sale, storage, transportation or carrying of weapons, its main parts, ammunition."
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  2. volodya
    volodya 2 June 2016 13: 20
    +2
    That's what I understand, military patriotic club!
  3. Vend
    Vend 2 June 2016 13: 28
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    Quote: sana_59
    the state would sponsor such organizations; there wouldn’t be such
    Yes, but what they found would be acquired for museums and auctions. Who is stopping the state from creating a historic store and selling artifacts through it. Already with the necessary documents.
  4. Lieutenant Izhe
    Lieutenant Izhe 2 June 2016 13: 38
    +2
    Here, IF the ruler of the state ...
    DOES NOT WANT to entrust weapons to citizens in everyday life, THEN ...
    "when the time comes", a SIGNIFICANT PART of these citizens will "avoid" this weapon, dodging in every possible way!
    I understand that it is easier for the ruler - "to prohibit and not to let go", as well as to mark all subjects with marks on their foreheads (or CHIPs) so that the police will be MAXIMUM CONVENIENT to work!
  5. megafair
    megafair 2 June 2016 13: 46
    -1
    I remembered:
    "And where is this all from? - Echo of war ..." (c) x / f "Brother 2"

    But seriously, all these NGOs were created so that at the right time, at the signal of any "Nuland", to start acting. In 2012, the signal was not received, they are waiting ... How they will act is clear from the arsenal.

    Well, the fact that the ringleader began the sale suggests that the trickle of financing is drying up, although it may be that the appetite of the hangers-on grows.

    I am glad that operational work is underway and the authorities are not asleep.
  6. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 2 June 2016 14: 05
    +1
    Quote: Thunderbolt
    Either they have been delivered from a hot spot or another "rat" has started up in warehouses.

    Chechnya, Ingushetia, Ukraine, ... I think that there is still "buried" oh how much! Years for a hundred "diggers" will be enough, they do not have so many attendants.
  7. demo
    demo 2 June 2016 15: 35
    +1
    With such an arsenal, you can arrange a small war game.
    So the article must be re-qualified - as preparation for a terrorist act.
    And for life.

    "His example is science to others."