MOSCOW, 4 Mar – RIA Novosti. TikTok blogger Konstantin Lakeev (Kievskyyy), who kicked an FSB official car at an uncoordinated rally in Moscow, was placed in a special block in a pre-trial detention center, a member of the Moscow POC Marina Litvinovich said on Thursday.
In a video previously circulated online, a crowd of protesters throw snowballs and kicks a car with an AMR service number during an uncoordinated rally on January 23 in Moscow. As a result of a skirmish, a window was knocked out in the car, and a criminal case was opened into the attack. The young man pleaded guilty during interrogation and stated that he repented.
“Today we were in Matrosskaya Tishina. We spoke with Tik-Toker Konstantin Lakeev, who is accused of kicking an FSB car at a protest action. 3.5 by 3.5 square meters, “Litvinovich wrote in her Telegram channel.
She noted that in the special block, Lakeyev has a shower and a floor-standing toilet, but there is no TV and a refrigerator, which the blogger asks to put. In addition, Lakeev and his neighbor do not receive orders from the prison's online store.
“Matrosskaya Tishina also contains other accused of crimes committed during the rally on January 23, in particular, Said-Mukhammad Dzhumaev, who fought with riot police. He is also sitting in a four-bed cell. He asked his relatives to order him cigarettes, matches and chocolate. more books. He also sits without a TV and a refrigerator, “Litvinovich added.
The footage, in which the young man rushes into a fight with law enforcement officers, was widely disseminated on social networks. Dzhumaev was detained in the Pskov region and arrested in Moscow. The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, said that “the Chechen people do not go to Navalny's rallies,” but Dzhumaev behaved “not like a man,” escaping after the incident.
Uncoordinated protests took place on January 23 in different cities of Russia and continued on the 31st, despite numerous warnings from the authorities, including the danger of COVID-19 infection. In addition, uncoordinated actions took place in Moscow on February 2 during and after a meeting in the Moscow City Court on the case of Alexei Navalny.
Law enforcement agencies opened several criminal cases, including violations of sanitary and epidemiological rules (article 236 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation), the use of violence against government officials (article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation), hooliganism (article 213 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation), damage to property (article 167 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) ) and the involvement of minors in the commission of unlawful acts (Article 151.2 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation).