The Russian Red Cross appropriated the money that it collected from the population to help the families of the dead and injured. But there is nothing surprising here. It could not be otherwise in this state.
What is more striking is that the Udmurtia Against Corruption channel, which seems is in favor of a fundamentally different system of the state, for human rights, etc., writes that the money paid to the families of the victims of the shooting in Kazan was enough “for the recreation of the children, and for loan repayments.”
How does this rhetoric differ from the one used by cannon fodder families, sending their relatives to war to pay off loans and get a new washing machine?