The organizers of the film screening of “Aydar” demanded to open a criminal case

Igor Beketov (Gosh Tarasevich)

The members disrupted the screening of the film “Flying bullets” in the Moscow cinema “October” movement SERB demanded to initiate a criminal case against the organizers of the show. About this on his page “Vkontakte” wrote the movement’s leader Igor Beketov, known as gosh Tarasevich.

“I have submitted a statement to the police and the Prosecutor’s office demanding to initiate a criminal case on the organizers of the show this probanderovskie film for inciting ethnic discord and hatred,” he wrote.

The SERB activists disrupted the screening of “Flying bullet” on Sunday. Beketov noted that along with members of the movement in “October” broke “and the militia of Donbass, and the Russian militia, and the guys from the Crimea”.

“Bullets flying” shot in the Donbas in August 2014. Directed by Beata Bells. To Moscow shows the tape removed without adhesions, held in Yekaterinburg and St. Petersburg. The controversy over the film caused the main characters are the soldiers of the Ukrainian volunteer battalion “Aydar”, several members of which adheres to a neo-Nazi views.

Background: Disrupted the screening of a film about the battalion “Aydar” were the activists of the SERB