Unknown graffiti defaced with images of the deceased leader of the Donetsk separatists Arseny Pavlov aka Motorola and executed by fighters of Dagestani police Lieutenant Magomed Nurbagandov, painted in memory of them working in the village Metallostroy on the southern outskirts of St. Petersburg.
On the night of November 22, someone painted over the faces of both black paint explicitly using the roller, and in one image daubed a swastika, according to a public edition of “Evening of Metallostroy”, which is related to the creation of these graffiti.
Portrait of Motorola on one of the walls of the transformer substation in front of the house N21 on the Railway line in Metallostroy appeared at the end of October, the image Nurbagandov – on the other wall 19 of November.
The initiators of the appearance of these graffiti are planning to paint on the third wall structure of the deceased in Syria of Russian commandos Alexander Prokhorenko.
Meanwhile, the company “Saint-Petersburg electric networks” (SPB, ES), which is the owner of the booth has already been brought to administrative liability for unauthorized image Motorola and gave her two months to agreement with the Committee of planning and architecture, writes “Fontanka”.
In “Lenenergo”, which includes “SPb ES”, stated that the proposed administration of the Kolpino area to meet to discuss options for further action in relation to the façade of the substation building.
Last summer, the unknown sprayed black paint graffiti with a portrait of Colonel Yuri Budanov, which appeared in St. Petersburg near the bridge, named after the first President of Chechnya, Akhmad Kadyrov.
Other objects of attacks with paint in St. Petersburg recently became a memorial plaque to Finnish Marshal Carl Mannerheim and the Russian Admiral Alexander Kolchak, the installation of which has caused controversy in society.