Another subway passenger looked at his phone and called the police. Arriving security forces asked the man to show the contents of the smartphone.
The Muscovite Yury Samoilov was sentenced by the court to 14 days of arrest under a protocol on the distribution of extremist materials. According to him, another subway passenger looked at his phone and called the police. Mediazona reported this on Saturday, March 18, citing the words of his brother Nikolai Lunchenkov.
It is not known exactly what actions of Samoilov the security forces saw as a violation, because the family does not know the name of the lawyer, and there is no copy of the court decision. In addition, according to Lunchenkov, the detention and arrest of his brother took place on the same day, March 17. He was only allowed to call his mother from the detention center at night.
During the conversation, the man said the subway passenger looked at his phone and called the police. Arriving security forces demanded that Samoilov show the contents of the smartphone. There they “found a bunch of pictures and photographs that “have a discrediting character for the Russian army,” Lunchenkov wrote on his social networks.
Earlier it was reported that the Russian Federation will punish “for discrediting formations that help the Armed Forces.”
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