On the afternoon of 17 August at station Lies in the Arkhangelsk region the police arrested three environmental activists — Alexander Peskov, Andrey hristoforova and Edward Luzhkov, according to “7×7”.
According to the newspaper, Luzhkov was detained when he tried to take a picture of the identity of the police officer who was in civilian clothes. Sands, according to the media, has penetrated into the closed area ecotechnopark and administrative reports under articles 19.3 and 20.17 of the administrative code (“Failure to comply with lawful demands of the police” and “Penetration of the protected object”).
As told to “OVD-info” witness Nikita, police said Khristoforova charged with “hooliganism” and all three activists were sent by train to the city of Kotlas (located 180 km from the station Lies).
According to “Novaya Gazeta”, the detainees were taken in Vilegodskiy police Department. According to the site of UMVD of Russia across the Arkhangelsk region, Vilegodsky OMVD district is located in the village of Il’insko-Podomskoe (160 km from the station Lies). According to the publication, not the police drew up reports and activists about six hours we were without legal aid.
The publication reports that hristoforova disability, he needs regular medication, but he has no necessary medicines.
In the police Department told reporters that Khristoforova called an ambulance, but was not hospitalized.
Note that the official information about the presence of activists at the time of publication of news there.
We will remind, this year near the station Sees activists broke camp and announced an indefinite protest because of the construction of the landfill, which is scheduled to take the garbage out of Moscow. The cost of the landfill, where they plan to keep the capital’s household waste is estimated in 10,5 billion rubles. It is expected that the area of the landfill will exceed 5 hectares.
June 15 construction work on Cheese was suspended. Authorities said that ahead of the passage of the state ecological expertise, but since the beginning of August, activists reported a gradual resumption of work at the station.
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