The man was imprisoned for two weeks for anti-war content
Another subway passenger looked at his phone and called the police. The security forces demanded that the man show the contents of his smartphone.
The court sentenced Muscovite Yury Samoilov to 14 days of arrest under the protocol on the distribution of extremist materials. According to him, another subway passenger looked into his phone and called the police. It was announced on Saturday, March 18 Mediazone with reference to the words of his brother Mykola Lunchenkov.
It is not known in which actions of Samoilov the security forces saw a violation, since the family does not know the name of the lawyer, and does not have a copy of the court decision. In addition, according to Lunchenkov, the detention and arrest of the brother took place on the same day, March 17. Only in the evening was he allowed to make a short phone call to his mother from a special receiver.
During the conversation, the man reported that a subway passenger looked at his phone and called the police. Security forces demanded from Samoilov to show the contents of his smartphone. There they “discovered a bunch of pictures and photos that were “discrediting the Russian army”, Lunchenkov wrote in his social networks.
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