The Babushkinsky District Court of Moscow arrested a local resident Olga Kuzmina for six days, who protested against the renovation by tying herself to a tree at a 20-meter height in Babushkinsky Park. About it informs OVD-Info.
Kuzmina was found guilty under the article on non-compliance with the demands of the police. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the woman “violated the legal requirements of the police officers … by climbing a tree to a height that threatened her life and those around her, holding an object in her hands that looked like a crossbow with a loaded arrow aimed at her chest.”
Also, the court will later consider the second protocol drawn up against the Muscovite – she was charged with an article on organizing an uncoordinated action.
Kuzmina was on the tree from early morning until the evening of August 9. She demanded to stop the construction at 15 Yantarnaya Street. The girl had a crossbow with her, with which she wanted to defend herself in case they wanted to forcefully remove her from the tree.
The police removed the Muscovite from the tree about 10 hours after the start of the action. For this, the security forces put on body armor and shields and dismantled the fire escape. The detainee was taken to the Losionoostrovsky police station and left overnight until the trial.