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The Moscow city court released the defendant in the "Moscow business" Pavla Ustinov under recognizance not to leave

Full tape of POLIT.RU 20.09.2019 at 10:13

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The Moscow city court has satisfied the petition of Prosecutor's office and freed the actor Pavel Ustinov under his own recognizance, according to RBC. The judge Manekina found it necessary to release Ustinov under the subscription before the sentence comes into force.

the Request came after a sentence – this is an unprecedented case when the Prosecutor's office acts in a similar way.

on Monday the Tverskoy court of Moscow found Russia guilty and sentenced him to 3.5 years of imprisonment. He was accused of assaulting resguardar: according to investigators Ustinov, who was himself serving in Regardie, tried to avoid arrest for the shares on August 3rd and dislocated my shoulder for the Sergeant.

the Actor has not pleaded guilty. He insisted that he came to Pushkin square for a business meeting, not a protest. When he looked at the phone, ran up to him and security forces have become hard to hold him. The time of his arrest captured on video that judge Krivoruchko refused to adduce.

Immediately after the verdict, colleagues, Ustinov began the flash mob in support of the actor. The next day, the crowd gathered outside the presidential administration – there were single pickets. In the Internet there is an online petition for the release of their funds. Different professional communities have published open letters about the unfair verdict, including 40 priests of the Russian Orthodox Church.

on September 19 pickets at the President's administration continued. The head of Regardie Viktor Zolotov said that the sentence Ustinov's too hard, it would be enough and probation. Rapper Oxxxymiron organized online broadcast of the performance: actors and celebrities read excerpts from Russian literature, and then they passed sentence in accordance with the current Russian legislation.