Inside the Fortress Where Pro-Russian Protesters Are Readying for a Fight

ABC News' Alex Marquardt goes inside a building in Donetsk, Ukraine, that has been transformed into a fortress as pro-Russian protesters ready for a fight.
3:32 | 04/10/14

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This regional administration building -- Don yes has now become a fortress there several rings of these. Fortified barricades that have been built up over the past several days made out of -- sandbags barbed wire and tires beyond the barricades just outside their hundreds. Of supporters -- listening to speeches and songs and inside the building were told around a thousand people. Readying themselves for a fight with police and mercenaries they believe is coming. You're gonna head inside and take a look. You don't have to. Everyone's pretty jumpy each floor we -- -- rest. Who we are where we're from. Who were waves luckily we've got. A local guide someone from the pro Russian side is showing us around and and paving the way and letting us get access to the building. This doesn't look like much looks like a pile of garbage but in fact -- -- looking at. Is a pile of future weapons bottles of gasoline empty -- -- -- -- soon be turned into. A dozens of Molotov cocktails at the people in this building can be used to news. To fend off an attack. And clearly from these weapons here you're looks like you're getting ready. -- -- -- -- stole this -- on this weekend use. Just only in. The military has come we've really let -- drill downs we've tried to -- -- is building. -- you you think you can stop an attack against the military -- couple bricks and but Johnson yes. This would try. Are you expecting an attack. Yes the people here in the building won't reveal to us the extent of their arsenal but up here. Do you get a good sense of what makes up most of it there -- piles of broken bricks and there are polls bats -- ponds here a row of Molotov cocktails -- to go. The matches to light them. So that they can throw them down on to anyone trying to storm the building alone. -- -- -- clearly out stayed our welcome we -- just quickly and rather aggressively and suddenly escorted out of the building which shows how nervous and jumpy everyone is here --

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