Sota photojournalist Ruslan Terekhov reported about the surveillance that was carried out on him during yesterday evening. About it stated edition of the publication.
In one of the persecutors, Ruslay recognized the employee of the “E” center, whom he had seen at the protest rallies.
Recall that in early June, Sota journalist Nika Samusik was detained in Red Square, where she was covering Pavel Krysevich’s rally. The actionist fired several warning blank shots into the air, after which he tried to shoot himself in the head. According to Krysevich himself, the action was aimed at supporting political prisoners. Before shooting himself in the head, Krysevich pronounced a manifesto: “Shots will follow before the Kremlin curtain.”
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