In Moscow, police officers detained more than 10 people using a facial recognition system, informs human rights project “OVD-Info”.
According to human rights activists, lawyers collaborating with them Mikhail Biryukov and Yulia Tregubova, as well as Daniil Davydenko and former candidate for the State Duma Nikolai Kavkazsky were detained. Biryukov, Tregubova and Davydenko have already been released. The detainees were asked to confirm that they were not going to participate in the actions.
Svetlana Ushmondina, an employee of Open Space, one of those detained on cameras in the metro told about what happened in the Krasnoselsky police department: “I was taken to the toilet, and I heard the policeman who was dragging me into the car by the jacket, swearing at the employee accompanying me: “Don’t take her anywhere else, let this bitch piss in her pants” .
Sota.vision journalist Yegor Shatov was also detained in Moscow. This happened at the time of filming a single picket on Trubnaya Square. The police twisted the journalist’s hands and refused to check his documents. Now Egor is in a paddy wagon near the place of detention, says in the telegram channel of the publication.
Another Sota.vision journalist Victoria Arefieva was detained In Petersburg. She was later released.
The municipal deputy Sergei Samusev, who came to the Immortal Regiment rally, was also taken to the police. He tried to pass with a poster, which depicted 96-year-old prisoner of several concentration camps Boris Romanchenko, who died in Kharkov, writes “Fountain”.
In Yekaterinburg, near the embankment near the Makarovsky bridge, the police delayed six people, among whom were Maria Silina, Galina Lysenko, Kirill Koksharov, Alexei Gordiychenko. At first, lawyers were not allowed to see them, but then the detainees were released without a protocol being drawn up.
In Makhachkala detained founder of the newspaper “Chernovik” Magdi Kamalov, who came out with a poster “Freedom to journalism”.