The court forbade ex-mayor of Yekaterinburg Roizman to use the Internet, mail and telephone The court of Yekaterinburg ruled in the case of former mayor Yevgeny Roizman, who is charged with an article on discrediting the army. He pleaded not guilty
The Verkh-Isetsky District Court of Yekaterinburg granted the petition of the investigation, which asked that the former mayor of the city, Yevgeny Roizman, appoint a ban on certain actions, writes It's My City.
The court, at the request of the investigation, banned the policy:
The judge ruled to release Roizman in the courtroom.
RBC turned to Yevgeny Roizman's lawyer Vladislav Idamzhapov for comments.
Roizman's lawyer, Vladislav Idamzhapov, stated at the meeting that there were no grounds for choosing such a measure of restraint, and asked the court to refuse the investigation. The defender also asked to add to the case the positive characteristics that musicians Yuri Shevchuk, Andrey Makarevich, Boris Grebenshchikov, writers Boris Akunin and Dmitry Bykov (included in the register of foreign media agents) and the editor-in-chief of Novaya Gazeta, Nobel laureate Dmitry Muratov.
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Roizman was charged under Part 1 of Art. 280.3 of the Criminal Code (discrediting the Russian Armed Forces, committed by a person after he was brought to administrative responsibility for a similar act), the maximum punishment is three years in prison. According to investigators, in a video posted on YouTube, he spoke about the military operation in Ukraine, “wanting to destabilize the political situation.” and “form negative moods.” The ex-mayor himself said earlier that the case was opened “virtually in one phrase.” He refused to admit his guilt.
Roizman was detained on the morning of August 24, his apartment in Yekaterinburg was searched. Searches also took place in the Museum of the Nevyansk Icon, opened by the politician on the basis of a private collection, and in the office of the Roizman Charitable Foundation. The security forces confiscated computer equipment. The lawyer reported that he was not allowed to see his client.
In the spring, the politician was fined three times by the Oktyabrsky Court of Yekaterinburg for 150,000 rubles. for discrediting the army.
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