Ex-commander of Moscow riot police oversees detentions at 38 Petrovka Street
A column of protesters reached the MIA Main Directorate.
When protesters in support of Ivan Golunov began to approach in column at 38 Petrovka Street, then law enforcement agencies began to panic. Several people ran out of the building of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and began to personally manage the cordon.
Not simple people came out to manage the detention at the walls of Petrovka 38. For example, the former commander of the Moscow riot police, the former head of the public security militia and the current assistant of the head of the Main MIA Directorate – Police Major-General Vyacheslav Kozlov. He provided security for the Olympics-80 in Moscow.
Apparently, there was already not enough staff of the National Guard for this object.
Recall that an unauthorized protest was directed against cases fabricated by the Ministry of Internal Affairs. According to the latest data, about 400 people were detained, among them many journalists and minors.
Presumably, it concerns the US response to Ukraine’s help in the investigation against Joseph Biden, Trump’s main rival in the 2020 presidential election, who allegedly was in collusion with Kiev during the previous campaign.