Paid in cash. Video of Vladisalv Roslyakov buying ammunition appears online
One can see from the video that the young man is getting out money, counting it a few times, and holding it in his hands, while the salesman is filling out paperwork.
Video of Vladisalv Roslyakov (who is behind the Kerch college massacre) buying ammunition in a local arms shop Sokol has been posted online. One can see from the video that the young man is getting out money, counting it a few times, and holding it in his hands, while the salesman is filling out paperwork. The guy’s looking about all the time, contemplating the shop-windows while being calm in appearance. As soon as the arrangements that took 5 minutes were made, Vladisalv Roslyakov put the ammunition in his backpack and left the shop. According to RIA Novosti, the arms shops confirmed that Roslyakov bought a 12-gauge shotgun and 150 shells on October 12.
“We always require a weapons permit when we sell ammunition. The information that he bought a weapon from us is incorrect.” The shop’s representative said.
It was reported earlier that Roslyakov had seen all the doctors - including a psychiatrist - and received a clean bill of health. He received his firearms license on September 8.
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