In Moscow on may 28 to rally in support of arrested to 15 days of journalist Ilya Azar law enforcement officers detained eight journalists. About this informed the Agency “Interfax”.
The journalists came with posters in support of the hazard, among them the Deputy chief editor of “echo of Moscow” Tatiana Felgengauer, a leading radio station ivy Alexander, chief editor of the publications “the Media” Sergey Smirnov “Such things” Anastasia lotareva, historian, writer Alisa Ganieva, journalist Victoria Ivleva, a leading TV channel “Rain” Mikhail Fishman and Russia Today journalist Ilya Vasyunin.
The police drew up protocols on journalists, they impute violation of the regime of self-isolation and violation of rules of picketing.
Soon the detainees were released, in the case of each of them is assigned to the trial.
The head of the Russian Union of journalists Vladimir Soloviev called upon to deal with the legality of these detentions, as the regime of self-isolation not for the prohibition of pickets, said “Interfax”.
Azar was detained on may 26 after he left with single picket in support of the Creator of a public “Ombudsman police” Vladimir Vorontsov. The Tver court found the journalist guilty of a second violation of the rules of picketing and assigned to 15 days of arrest.