Viaceslav Titov, a councilor representing the Russian Alliance in the Lithuanian western port of Klaipeda, on July 26 got flour-bombed during a protest over his statements about a Lithuanian partisan leader.
Simona Ludaviciute, spokeswoman for the Police Department, said that around a hundred of people took part in the protest against Titov's statements about Adolfas Ramanauskas-Vanagas.
Pictures published by the lrytas.lt ir 15min.lt news websites show that Titov was flour-bombed by another councilor after arriving at the protest.
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