Arranged an arson of the Bank of France Pavlensky was charged
Artist Pyotr Pavlensky who staged the arson of the building of the Bank of France in Paris on Wednesday, October 18, was charged. It is reported by radio station Franceinfo, citing a source in the judiciary.
It is reported that Pavlensky is charged with destruction of another’s property dangerous to others way. Against him preventive measure in the form of pre-trial detention.
Earlier it was reported that Pavlensky released to move him to a psychiatric hospital of the Prefecture of police. Ally Pavlensky Oksana Shalygina, who also took part in the rally near the building of the Bank of France, was also arrested and remains in custody.
Their action, which led eventually to the arrest, Pavlensky staged in Paris on the night of 16 October, at the building of the Bank of France. He doused the building with fuel and then set them on fire. Pavlensky and Shalygina was detained at the entrance to the Bank. The meaning of the action, the artist explained that, in his opinion, the action in Paris must lead to a “revolutionary fire” around the world, including the “liberation of Russia”.
As a result of arson suffered the front door of the Bank of France. A credit institution promised to file a complaint to the artist for damage to property.