Moscow FAS official brutally beaten up after days of bullying
The official has been diagnosed with a concussion
Ilya Grishin, head of the State Defense Requirement of the Federal Antimonopoly Service, was beaten up near his Moscow home, reports the Baza Telegram Channel.
The incident occurred on April 18 around 9 am. Grishin left the building when two men ran up to him from the back and started hitting him on the head and face. They left just as suddenly. According to Grishin, the men did not put forward any demands, but he is sure that the attack has something to do with his job, the TV channel 360 reports. The FAS has been checking the Salavat chemical plant, Almaz-Antey and the Druzhba Narodov meat-packing plant on its instructions recently.
It is also noted that before the attack on the official, he had been harassed online for days. For example, on March 26, someone published his photo and phone number on a gay dating website.
Then, someone called Grishin several times for “delivery” and asked to specify his address. Then they rang on his door, apparently, the same persons, and left before he opened, says the channel.