Vitold Ashurak achieved the cancellation of the administrative case against him.
Vitold Ashurak from Biarozauka, Lida District, has received a written report from the police, which says that the case on petty hooliganism against him was terminated in the result of the check. On November 7, Vitold Ashurak laid a wreath of skulls at the monument to Lenin in his town, Radio Svaboda reports.
On November 7, Vitold Ashurak laid a wreath of skulls and an inscription attached to it: "Burn in Hell, the Executioner" to the monument to Lenin in Biarozauka. According to Ashurak, the wreath disappeared in half an hour, but in the evening policemen came to him to take explanations. Ashurak refused to give explanations, and the policemen did not insist and left.
And today Ashurak has received a written message from the police, which says that the case on petty hooliganism against him was terminated in the result of the check.
"At last I see the time when the deserved attitude to the leader of the Bolshevik coup is regarded as the norm of life in Belarus, and not hooliganism. So, the time has come when this monster is as if behind barbed wire. And our next step is to ensure that all these Lenins are taken away from all over Belarus," – Vitold Ashurak says.
He has explained to Svaboda that he did this in order to remind about the millions of people the Bolsheviks killed. The activists bought the wreath at the store.
"We thought that flowers would be too much for such a hangman and cut them down. We attached images of skulls and the inscription "Burn in Hell, the Executioner." We added a bit of barbed wire to make it colorful. Barbed wire is a symbol of Bolshevism," – Ashurak says.
They left the carnations as well – traditional flowers for such a place.