In the centre of Novosibirsk on the evening of 12 June, unknown, hung a banner with the slogan “No police besedilu!”, reports the edition “Vyshgorod.ru”. Stretching appeared in the first square. According to the works of Timur khans, he noticed a banner about 22 hours.
“Rather, it is the reaction of some activists on the incident in Moscow, the events associated with the toss of a drug Ivan Golunov. Plus there is rigidly detained people that came to support the journalist”, — said the blogger. Observations R Khan, first banner was guarded by several police officers. After about two hours, after midnight, came four security forces removed the banner and took her away.
As writes the edition of NGS, the police will check on the fact of appearance of the banner.
We will remind, in Moscow on the eve was held inconsistent with the government March in support of the journalist of “Medusa” Ivan Golunova. Journalist detained on suspicion of drug trafficking, started a criminal case on him and was placed under house arrest. He Golunov said that the prosecution is related to his professional activities. The case of the journalist has received wide attention, and on Tuesday, June 11, interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev said that the criminal case against Golunova decided to close. Police detained the Golunova, was suspended from work at the time of internal audit, and the chief of the police and head of narcotics — dismissed.
However, on March 12th of June went from 1.2 to 1.5 thousand people. The police and Regardie rigidly detained participants of the action. According to “OVD-info”, all were detained more than 500 people. Among them were journalists of “Novaya Gazeta”, “echo of Moscow”, “Kommersant”, “the Tape.ru” The Village, “MBH media” and other media. Also, the police Department was delivered to the oppositionist Alexei Navalny. The participants were drawn about participation in unauthorized actions, resulting in interference with the movement of pedestrians or transport, or repeated violation of the rules of holding rallies.
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