A resident of Moscow was detained for setting fire to the BMW X6 of the deputy head of the 8th Directorate of the General Staff of Russia, responsible for military censorship in the media, Yevgeny Sekretaryov, the Baza portal reported. The detained Elena Belova was involved in the arson in a scenario similar to that of the allo-fraudsters in our country for “helping law enforcement”, and until the end the woman was convinced that in this way she was supporting the “special operation” and fighting for the victory of Russia.
Sekretaryov’s car was parked near his home on Leningradskoe Shosse when it suddenly burst into flames. At the scene of the accident, a woman was previously seen pouring gasoline on the trunk of the jeep and setting it on fire. Due to the position of Secretary, who ensures that incorrect information about the so-called special military operation does not appear in the media, the attack on his car was accepted as an attack on the service. The moment of the fire and the subsequent explosion were recorded on the video cameras of a neighboring entrance.
Soon the investigators reached the arsonist, Elena Belova. As the investigation clarified, during the preparation of the arson, during the arson and until her arrest, Belova lived with the thought that she was participating in a special operation to eliminate pro-Ukrainian terrorists associated with the “Azov” regiment.
According to relatives of the woman, in recent days she was behaving strangely, was not herself and was constantly talking to someone on the phone. It turned out that during that time she was on a “leash” either of ordinary fraudsters or of agents of the VSU and Ukrainian intelligence.
At first, Elena Belova received a call with the hallmarks of a classic scam – help to fight phantom bandits. To help the authorities, he had to take out a loan of 1 million rubles.
Then she was given the task of “helping the Russian military” and burning a car, the Secretaryov’s car in question. All the time and during her detention by the Russian police authorities, Elena was on the line with the instigators, who convinced her that those who were coming to arrest her were bandits and she should give them “Greetings from Azov”. Which Belova did – she gave the real policemen greetings: “Take pictures, take pictures! Azov – strength!”
The relatives of the arsonist believe that Belova fell under the hypnosis of crooks. According to her family, she strongly “supports the special operation” and would never set fire to a car, let alone a military commander. After several hours of detention, Elena Belova was released, reports Baza.