The person involved in the “sanitary case” and a former employee of the Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK) Nikolai Lyaskin was sentenced to one year of restriction of freedom. About it informs OVD-Info lawyer Sergey Telnov and Lyaskin himself on his Twitter microblog.
“The verdict on the” sanitary case “: restriction of freedom. for a period of one year. You can not leave your home from 22 to 6. You can not attend public events. A ban on leaving Moscow and Moscow region. An evil bailiff forbids taking photos, ”- wrote convicted.
The oppositionist was found guilty of inciting to create a threat of mass disease of people (part 4 of article 33 of the Criminal Code with the use of part 1 of article 236 of the Criminal Code). The prosecutor requested two years of restriction of liberty for him.
The “sanitary case” was started after the all-Russian action on January 23 in support of the arrested Alexei Navalny. The defendants in the case were FBK lawyer Lyubov Sobol, Alexey’s brother Oleg Navalny, Pussy Riot member Maria Alekhina, head of the Alliance of Doctors Anastasia Vasilyeva, coordinator of Alexey Navalny’s Moscow headquarters Oleg Stepanov, municipal deputies Lucy Stein, Konstantin Yankauskas and Dmitry Baranovsky, press secretary Navalny Kira Yarmysh, as well as some FBK activists. According to the investigation, opposition figures created a threat of the spread of coronavirus infection when they called for participation in the protest.
July 14 RF IC stopped criminal prosecution of one of the defendants – municipal deputy Konstantin Yankauskas, recognizing his right to rehabilitation. Earlier, he announced his refusal to run for the State Duma. Yankauskas lawyer Ilya Utkin saidthat these events are not connected in any way.