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Krieviete, kuras meita uzzīmēja pretkara attēlu, saņem divu gadu cietumsodu

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Krievs, kuru policija izmeklēja pēc tam, kad viņa meita skolā uzzīmēja pretkara attēlu, otrdien, 28. martā, tika notiesāts uz diviem gadiem cietumā, apsūdzot bruņoto spēku diskreditēšanā.

Bet notiesātā Alekseja Moskaļova atrašanās vieta (attēlotie), bija neskaidri. Tiesa oficiālā ierakstā VKontakte, līdzīgi kā Facebook, norādīja, ka viņš ir aizbēgis no mājas aresta.

Moskalyov has been separated from his 13-year-old daughter Masha since he was placed under house arrest at the start of this month and she was moved to a children’s home in their hometown of Yefremov, south of Moscow.

Šī lieta ir izraisījusi Krievijas cilvēktiesību aktīvistu satraukumu un izraisījusi tiešsaistes kampaņu, lai atkal apvienotu tēvu un meitu.

Moskalyov’s lawyer Vladimir Biliyenko said he had not seen his client since Monday and did not know whether Moskalyov had fled, as he had only the spokesperson’s statement to go by.

“At the moment, to be honest, I’m in a state of shock,” he said.

He added that the defence would appeal against the verdict and Masha would remain in the children’s home for the time being.

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Yevgeny Prigozhin, the founder of Wagner Group, Russia’s most powerful mercenary group involved in some of the fiercest fighting in Ukraine, called the verdict “unfair” and asked that it was reviewed.

“Especially in view of the fact that his daughter Masha will be forced to grow up in an orphanage,” Prigozhin wrote in a letter to the prosecutor of the case and published on his press service’s Telegram platform.

Kopīgā apelācijā ar advokātiem, kas saistīti ar Vāgneru, Prigožins aicināja ļaut advokātiem strādāt pie aizstāvja.

“We are waging a war against evil for the sake of the future of our children,” he said.

Moskaļovs tika notiesāts par viņa paša publicētajiem komentāriem internetā par karu Ukrainā. Taču izmeklēšana sākās pēc tam, kad Maša, kas tolaik bija 12 gadus veca, pagājušā gada aprīlī uzzīmēja attēlu, kurā redzams, kā krievu raķetes lija pār ukraiņu māti un bērnu, liekot viņas skolas vadītājai izsaukt policiju.

The drawing featured a Ukrainian flag with the words “Glory to Ukraine” and a Russian tricolour with the slogan “No to war”.

Police began examining Moskalyov’s social media activity and he was initially fined 35,000 roubles ($460) for comments critical of the Russian army. In December, investigators opened another case against him on suspicion of discrediting the armed forces, this time based on a social media post in June.

Aizliegtā Krievijas cilvēktiesību organizācija "Memoriāls" paziņoja, ka uzskata Moskaļovu par politieslodzīto.

Biliyenko visited Masha on Tuesday in the children’s home, officially named “Social Rehabilitation Centre For Minors Number 5”, and came away with drawings she had made for her father. He was also allowed to photograph a letter she had written him that read “Dad, you are my hero”.

Neilgi pēc iebrukuma Ukrainā pagājušajā gadā Krievija pasludināja šo darbību ārpus likuma bruņoto spēku diskreditēšana un paredzēja vairāku gadu cietumsodu.

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