Update 1: Apparently an additional IED was just dismantled and disabled inside the Metro.
Update 2: ISIS fighters – obviously – are currently celebrating the attack, although they haven’t yet claimed responsibility entirely. They’re just more in tune with their people and faith, and know that any strikes like this are almost always the handiwork of Moslems.
Update 3: Well, Russian law enforcement just released a picture of the suspect/person of interest in the bombing, and…
Maybe we’re dealing with an angry zombie Rasputin, or maybe the Amish have at last decided to flex their murderous muscles – it’s all open speculation, I suppose.
Or maybe it’s just the Religion of Peace striking again among the hated infidel.
Update 4: Some Russian news sources are claiming that the body of a “Central Asian man” found at the epicenter of the bomb blast proves that the attack was in face a suicide mission, with other suspects (see above) being sought for planting the second IED in a different Metro station.
Original article follows below:
Let’s just go out on a limb here and say that there’s probably a ninety-five percent chance or so that this was the work of Moslem filth – likely either Chechen terrorists or Central Asians recruited by an ISIS affiliated group.
It could be Ukrainian scum as well, I suppose, or maybe even political dissidents led by Jews like Soros, but it’s almost certainly Moslems.
And the fact that children were reportedly killed and wounded in the blast – which was apparently caused by either one or two nail/shrapnel bombs going off inside a metro train – does not bode well for those responsible.
I hope and pray Putin unleashes holy righteous hell upon the subhuman animals that decided to launch their attack today.
And as with any attack, updates will be available as soon as they are received on our end, but for now, there is an RT live-stream for those interested.
A suspected bomb blast inside a car of the St. Petersburg Metro system has killed nine passengers and injured over 20 others. The entire transit system is shut down as bomb squads and rescuers respond to the emergency.
The explosion happened as the train was travelling between the stations Tekhnologichesky Institut and Sennaya Ploshchad of the St. Petersburg Metro, the National Antiterrorism Committee (NAC) confirmed.
“The preliminary casualty report on the St. Petersburg Metro blast is nine people killed and over 20 injured, some of them seriously,” the NAC said in a statement. “All the victims are receiving the necessary medical and psychological assistance.”
Images posted on social media show bodies lying next to the damaged car, with blood apparently spilt on a bench.
The St. Petersburg governor’s office said there were as many as 50 victims in the incident, including 10 fatalities. Two of the injured have been taken for surgery while two others are being prepared for operation.
The city healthcare committee said 25 people have been brought to hospital in the wake of the blast, including one child.
Russian President Vladimir Putin commented that “The causes of this event have not been determined yet, so it’s too early to talk about [possible causes]. The investigation will show. Certainly, we will consider all possibilities: common, criminal, but first of all of a terrorist nature.”