Shivering from the cold, I searched for my group. Some men ran up: are you injured? No. Others carried a woman who kept explaining that it wasn't anything and that she could manage by herself. A blood-stained bandage was lying on the path. I went onto the street and looked at my watch - 3:20. People were standing in the street. A man had been carried over and was lying next to a car. I heard that he had had a heart attack. Then, like thunder, a voice came over the loudspeaker: ”Brothers and sisters, disperse! Your children are waiting for you at home!" (It even spoke about the democratic and socialist state!) Noise began around us: “Jermalavičius!" Someone also shouted: ”Judas!" The crowd caught on to this “Judas" and began to chant it at the seized tower. They chanted with such power that those who had invaded the tower must have felt it.
Lithuania, 1991.01.13 : documents, testimonies, comments. - Vilnius : State Publishing Center, 1992, p. 129.