Classes resume for Kerch College where gunman killed 20
The Kerch Polytechnic College opened its doors for the first time since the tragedy.
The Crimean head, Sergey Aksyonov, and the Human Rights Commissioner, Tatyana Moskalkova, arrived on Tuesday, October 23, at the opening of the polytechnic college in Kerch, where on October 17 a student shot and killed 20 people.
According to local media, on Tuesday classes, the students are going to learn the new schedule with all the changes introduced in connection with the shooting. For instance, the school is now much better guarded.
In addition, the Proekt Telegram Channel reports that the republic’s authorities strongly recommended that the media stop comparing what happened in Kerch with the Columbine shooting, otherwise teenagers could get interested in certain communities that promote violence.
Several national channels and news agencies confirmed the recommendation had been given. According to journalists, the authorities asked “not to escalate” the situation and avoid referring to Columbine in the Kerch articles.
The tragedy occurred on October 17, when a 4th-year student at the Polytechnic College, Vladislav Roslyakov, blew up a bomb in the college cafeteria and started shooting at everyone he saw. 20 people died, about 70 were injured. Roslyakov committed suicide in the college library.
The release of authoritative thief-in-law Tariel Oniani (Taro) became a milestone event for the criminal world. The conflict with followers of Ded Khasan was put on hold for the duration of his almost 10-year-old prison term – the rival parties were waiting for the first steps of Taro. However, the law enforcement authorities decided to procrastinate the intrigue further and detained the crowned thief for 40 days immediately after his release. Still, taking that ‘thief № 1’ Shakro Molodoy is serving a prison term, his successor Shishkan keeps low profile, while other thieves-in-law are either abroad or disorganized, Taro has a chance to reassert himself as a serious power.