In the Sovetsky District Court of Ufa, which had previously found the leader of the DDT group Yuri Shevchuk guilty of discrediting the Russian Armed Forces, the reasoning part of the decision was published, Kommersant reports.
The court explained that the controversial Shevchuk's statement at a concert in Ufa on May 18 contains a negative assessment of the decision of the President of the Russian Federation to conduct a special operation, expressed implicitly. , said judge Yulia Egorova, who regarded Shevchuk's non-admission of guilt as a way to evade responsibility.
Recall that on May 18, a DDT concert took place in the capital of Bashkiria, at which, according to media reports, the singer spoke about his attitude to the special operation on Ukraine.
Earlier it was reported that Shevchuk when drawing up a protocol for discrediting the RF Armed Forces during a concert in Ufa, jokingly noted that he "carried". He added that he “didn't discredit anything” and that he respects the Armed Forces of Russia very much.
On August 16, the Ufa court found Yuri Shevchuk guilty of discrediting the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation and imposed a fine of 50 thousand rubles. The lawyer of the leader of the DDT group is appealing the decision.
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