The Dossier Investigation Center, recently blocked by Roskomnadzor, will continue to operate. About it reported on his YouTube channel, the founder of the project, Mikhail Khodorkovsky.
“This project works entirely outside the Russian Federation. He will not stop doing important investigations, “Khodorkovsky explained, adding that” the closure of some projects is not an end to the struggle. “
“I will launch all my new projects so that it would be more difficult for the regime to fight them,” Khodorkovsky said. According to the businessman, he and his colleagues will direct “even more efforts towards the international delegation of power” in Russia.
On June 30, the Dossier Center website was blocked in Russia at the request of the Tagansky Court of Moscow.
“We have not received any requests or notifications, so we do not know the formal reason for the blocking. But it is not important either: we were blocked not for any violations, but for the fact that we tell the truth about the unlawful deeds of FSB officers, close associates of Vladimir Putin and officials, and they are vindictive guys, “the Dossier Center team said in a statement. “.
Also, the Prosecutor General’s Office entered into the register of prohibited information an article by the Dossier Center about the ex-head of the Serpukhov District of the Moscow Region, Alexander Shestun, and his relationship with the security forces. The article “Shestun’s case – FSB”, access to which is currently blocked, was published in the framework of the “Lubyanka Federation” project.
Later Roskomnadzor at the request of the Prosecutor General’s Office blocked sites of “Open Media”, “MBH Media” and the project “Legal Protection of the Postcard”. The publications noted that the editorial staff did not receive any notifications about this – from the regulator or the Prosecutor General’s Office. On the morning of August 5, these media announced on the termination of their work in connection with the blocking of sites.