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Friday, March 24, 2023

In Moscow, a man endeavored to gain access to the mausoleum, imploring Lenin to absolve his transgressions.

On Saturday, an unidentified man tried to break into the building of Lenin’s mausoleum in Moscow. By information TASS said he was in “unsuitable condition”.

As law enforcement told the agency, according to the attacker, he wanted to enter the mausoleum so that Vladimir Lenin “forgive him his sins.” The man was arrested.

According to the information editions “MK”, ​​a 28-year-old man who tried to enter the mausoleum on Saturday morning. Showing signs of mental illness, he was taken to hospital. Alekseev.

This is not the first break-in attempt at Lenin’s mausoleum in recent times. On February 6, 2023, a drunken man tried to enter the tomb in order to steal the body of the first head of the Soviet state. He could not explain the purpose of these actions. An ambulance was called to the scene of the incident, which revealed that the man suffered from a mental disorder due to intoxication,

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