Moscow mathematician Alexey Ivanov is sentenced by the Tver district court to a fine of 20 thousand rubles under part 5 of article 20.2 of the administrative code (“violation of the established procedure of organizing or holding meetings, rallies, demonstrations, marches or picketing”). It is reported in the Facebook group of activists, “the Movement of 14%”.
The activists write that Ivanov was detained during an unsanctioned rally on March 26, when he witnessed numerous arrests, took a sheet of paper and wrote on it a mathematical “formula for chaos.” “Half a minute later, he was approached by people in uniform and, of course, without explanation taken to the police bus” — the “Movement of 14%”.
April 13, the Basmanny court of Moscow arrested four suspects of using violence against police during a rally on March 26. Alexander Shpak was born in 1977, Stanislav Zimovets born in 1985, Yuri Kuli born in 1989 and Andrew Skew born in 1986 in custody until June 12.
26 March on Tverskaya street in Moscow held an unauthorized mass demonstration. In it, according to official estimates, was between 8 to 10 thousand people. At the rally, the police detained, according to different data, from 600 to a thousand people.