Newsweekhas contacted for comment, is investigating Syromyatnikov's actions, although the institution's president, Vladimir Malanin said that the teacher"did everything he could.""He decided to close a fairly solid door, and continuing the lecture, it seems to me, helped to prevent panic," Malanin told
Kommersant.However, the chairman of the Supreme Council of the Russian Union of Rescuers, Alexei Dudarev, criticized the teacher, saying:"In any emergency, you must carefully evacuate the building.""The situation could have developed in a different way," he said, according to
Komsomolskaya Pravda, suggesting that the gunman could have also had an improvised explosive device.If there had been an explosion, he said,"where could people have gone from the fifth floor, from a locked lecture hall?"Ivan Khozyajkin, from the law firm Akhmetov, Khozyaikin and Partners, defended Syromyatnikov, telling headtopics.com
Kommersant:"If he really received the command not to leave the classroom and closed the door, then he did the right thing."In the end, all the students survived, none of them was hurt," he added.Perm regional Governor Dmitry Makhonin said students will return to their classrooms on September 27, allowing time for police to finish their investigation, Radio Free Europe reported.
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