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In Moscow, a retired officer with the poster “I lied Putin” arrested for the seventh time

В Москве отставного офицера с плакатом «Меня обманул Путин» задержали в седьмой раз

In the center of Moscow near the building of administration of the President of the newly detained retired major missile troops Vladimir Sobaka, which was released on a single picket with a poster “I lied Putin. The hunger strike”. About it reports “MBH media”.

As told the publication itself is a retired officer, on 12 may he again went out to protest. Soon he was approached by members of the SERB movement.

“I was detained, I allegedly pushed the woman in the scuffle, but nothing like this. Brought in OVD “China-a city”, while it is not present, to keep in office. There the crush was such everybody was pushing. One of SERВовцев tried to rip a poster. This is a provocation,” said the officer.

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May 11 Kubaka made the Protocol on violation of the rules of the campaign (part 5 of article 20.2 of the administrative code). He was detained with the same poster “I lied Putin. The hunger strike” during a rally near the building of presidential administration. During the campaign he was approached by two women, one of whom unfurled a banner “Stop the fifth column”, according to the publication “OVD-info”. The officer called police to complain of the hindrance to the action. Militiamen detained Kubaka and a woman with a poster and delivered them in OVD “China-a city”.

Before Vladimir Kubaka detained during such pickets on 29 and 30 April and 6, 8 and 9 may.

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According to Skubala, he arranges pickets due to the fact that before the dismissal he was not paid the stipulated by law, the subsidy for housing. The reason for the dismissal was his unauthorized trip to the son’s ex-wife, whom she left in a Ukrainian orphanage. After returning Skubak was left without an apartment and without subsidies.

According to media reports, a retired officer has been on hunger strike for more than 18 days. According to the “media zones”, earlier he also made protocols on illegal possession of military uniforms and under the article on hooliganism.

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