The Novocheboksarsk city court of Chuvashia has ruled to terminate the administrative case instituted against a member of the Chuvash branch of the party PARNAS Dmitry Pankov, reports “Russian service air force”.

Pankov was accused of distributing extremist materials repost pictures of the Deputy of the state Duma from “United Russia” Vitaly Milonov with a caption that contained the slogan “Orthodoxy or death”.

The court took into account that in the Federal list of extremist materials, this slogan is made with an exclamation mark, and published by Pankovym sentence exclamation marks was not. The police intend to appeal the decision.

He Pankov at Facebook confirmed that the court refused to recognize a extremist. “The court’s decision is very sudden! Sounds even word – sensation. We were confident that such a sentence is impossible. In statistics, 0.2% of acquittals, we have chance was so much”, he said. “But the miracle took place! What’s the reason, I don’t know,” he added.

The Chuvash Republic court fined the coordinator of the “Open Russia” Dmitry Semenov for the two made in 2013 and 2014 repost photos Milonov, in which he is depicted in a t-shirt with extremist slogan “Orthodoxy or death”. Semenova was found guilty in two administrative cases under article under article 20.29 of the administrative code (production and distribution of extremist materials). He was sentenced to a fine of 1,000 rubles for the repost 2014 and to the same penalty for repost 2013. A similar case in pan’kova started on November 11.

In 2010, the Cheremushkinsky court of Moscow has recognized the slogan “Orthodoxy or death” extremist. A year later, the Lublin court of Moscow found the slogan of incitement to hatred.

Deputy Milonov has repeatedly said that he does not see in the slogan of extremism, but the slogan remains in the Federal list of extremist materials under the number 865.



The court dismissed the case of a member of the Chuvash branch of the party PARNAS on repost photos Milanova 23.11.2016

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