Party rally on March 26 in Moscow, was given four years in prison

Andrew Skew

Member of uncoordinated action on 26 March in the centre of Moscow Andrey Oblique sentenced to four years in prison for the use of violence against a representative of authorities. About it reports Agency “Moscow”.

By the decision of the Tverskoy district court of Moscow to serve his sentence he will be in a General regime colony.

Oblique pleaded guilty and repented of his actions, in this regard, his case was considered in a special order — without research of proofs. Despite this, the prosecution asked for him to 4.5 years in prison.

According to investigators, the Skew in the course of uncoordinated action in the center of Moscow resisted the police. One of the guards, the activist was punched in the head, the second leg, due to which he received a traumatic brain injury.

In addition to the Skew, the actual terms on charges of assault on a detention order during the protests got a few more people — Yuri Kuli, Alexander Shpakov and Stanislav zimovec. In addition, are in custody Dmitry Krupkin and Dmitry Borisov.

26 March on Tverskaya street in the capital was held inconsistent with the government mass rally against corruption, which was attended by about 8-10 thousand people. According to various sources, the event was delayed from 600 to a thousand people. During the action one of its participants struck on the head by a police officer. With cherepno-a brain trauma the victim was hospitalized. Moscow authorities offered the organizers of the alternative sites for a demonstration, but these options did not suit them.

Protests were held on the same day in dozens of cities across Russia.