The Volgograd student Maxim Boldinova was sentenced to fifteen years of probation under part 1 of article 318 of the criminal code of Russian Federation (“Application of violence not dangerous for life, against a representative of power”). About it reports “Open Russia” with reference to the lawyer Roman Zaitsev.
According to investigators, during the anti-corruption rally the convict did not like the actions of a police officer and he kicked him. 23-year-old student was detained, and later released under a recognizance not to leave.
According to Boldinova, he kicked the officer, because he allegedly had committed “atrocities.” However, at trial, the student was remorseful.
May 24 carpenter Alexander Shpakov, who participated in the anti-corruption rally on March 26 in Moscow, sentenced to fifteen years in a General regime colony in the case of violence against a representative of authorities. May 18, in the “case on March 26” was the first sentence handed down to eight months of imprisonment sentenced the actor Yuri Koulia.