• Muscovite got time for a picture with Pushkin and Cleaver in "Vkontakte"

  • Twenty-year-old resident of Zelenograd (administrative district of Moscow) Eugene Court found guilty of incitement on the national principle (the first part of article 282 of the criminal code) for publishing on the page "Vkontakte" pictures with the poet Alexander Pushkin and the nationalist Maxim Martsinkevich, nicknamed Cleaver. About it Facebook said a member of the Public chamber of Russia (CCRF) Kristina Potupchik.

    The Zelenograd district court has sentenced Court to a year of imprisonment in a penal colony, writes Potupchik. According to investigators, the defendants published the image "demeans a group of persons according to the principles of nationality".

    The indictment States that the picture depicts "conflict situation" between people like Martsinkevich and Pushkin. A survey conducted in the investigation of examination, the image is "a set of psychological and linguistic signs humiliation of non-Russians," writes a member of the CCRF.

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