A court in Paris has sentenced Turkey to three years of imprisonment

A court in Paris has sentenced Turkey to three years of imprisonment

A French court has sentenced a Russian artist-actionist Peter Pavlensky to two years of probation and a year of real imprisonment. On Thursday, January 10, reports REN TV.

It is noted that the artist was free to leave the courthouse due to the fact that he had already spent 11 months in prison Fleury-Merozhis. Also freed was the wife Pavlensky Oksana Shalygina.

During the meeting Pavlensky shouted, stumping around with a microphone. For this reason, the artist declined his translator. As a result, the meeting had to be interrupted.

Pavlensky and his civil wife Oksana Shalygina detained October 16, 2017 for the arson of the entrance to the building of the Bank of France in Paris. The Russian and his wife accused in arson with the purpose of causing damage to property, endangering the lives of the people.

9 June 2018 artist indefinitely extended the arrest, and on September 13 he was released under recognizance not to leave. A few days before that, a friend Pavlensky Xenia Oxman said that the French prison guards mocking prisoners. The actionist threatened in France with imprisonment up to 10 years and a fine of up to €150 thousand

In Russia, Pavlensky was also famous for scandalous actions. In 2012 he sewed his mouth in support of the participating groups Pussy Riot, and in 2015 set fire to the front door of the building of the FSB of Russia on Myasnitskaya street.