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Third-grader summoned by police in Zvenigorod for posting «Glory to Ukraine» in school chat

A man in Zvenigorod complained to the police about a third-grade student who wrote the slogan «Glory to Ukraine» in a school chat, Telegram channel Baza reports.

On May 16, the man's son showed him the messages that his classmate Dima wrote in the chat. The schoolboy posted some of the most famous Ukrainian slogans. The man decided to turn him in to the police after taking screenshots.

The schoolboy and his mother were summoned to the juvenile department. There, the boy said he only wanted to «troll» his classmates and did not mean anything serious by his messages.

Baza notes that the police officer had a conversation with the boy about the harm of such trolling and let him go home.

In early May Petersburg artist Aleksandra Skochilenko was sent to detention center for hanging out anti-war price tags in a store. She was denounced by a pensioner and charged with spreading «fakes» about the Russian army. A 72-year-old St. Petersburg resident said she was worried about Russian soldiers and was sure they wouldn't bomb civilian targets.

On May 11 Anastasia Zryachikh was detained in Moscow - the girl came to work with a yellow and blue ribbon attached to her jacket. According to OVD-Info, the police were called by an employee of a business center where the girl came to substitute her friend at work. The police officers took Zryachih to the Basmanny district police department.

In March, a 40-year-old man wearing blue-and-yellow sneakers was detained in central Moscow on charges of participating in an unsanctioned rally. His lawyer told The Insider the police considered them «a means of agitation.»

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