Moscow gay club attacked with poison gas

Four attacks have been made on Russia’s Central Station nightclub since the gay propaganda law was enforced this summer.

The perpetrators of the attack on the club Central Station on 23 November, remained unknown, but the club’s director was clearly convinced that extremist anti-gay views were to blame.

According to a report by Queer Russia, a smoke removal machine was switched on immediately, which cleared the gas from the premesis.

Around 500 clubbers were escorted outside of the building where some were told to go to hospital.

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