Detention for shares He is not the king on may 5 in Moscow

The Tver court of Moscow has recognized guilty of the disorderly conduct of the native of Odessa region Yevhen Fedorchenko , and fined him a thousand rubles.

In Russia, the Tver court of Moscow has fined Cossack from Odessa region for disorderly conduct in uncoordinated protests He is not the king on 5 may in the capital of Russia. This is with reference to an informed source reported to Interfax.

According to the source, 28-year-old young man was detained as a result operatively-search actions.

“While in the Cossack form, he made a number of hooligan actions against members of uncoordinated public action 5 may,” – said the Agency interlocutor.

Reportedly, the Tver court found him guilty of a crime under article disorderly conduct and was fined a thousand rubles.

Later the press Secretary of the Tver court Anastasia Dzurko reported that the offender’s name is Yevhen Fedorchenko. According to her, the court found that he “committed hooliganism, that is a violation of public order expressing clear disrespect for society, accompanied by obscene abuse in public places.”

The court “explained that he is a Cossack, is a public organization,” added Jurco.

According to the telegrams channel Mash, the man was born in the Odessa region, and “was one of those who beat people with his whip on Tver”.

Earlier it was reported that the stock He is not a king in Russia have detained more than a thousand people.

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