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The Moscow city court refused to change sentence to blogger Tit, sentenced to five years for a tweet. This decision appealed to the ECHR

Full tape of POLIT.RU 04.10.2019 at 09:42

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The Moscow city court dismissed the appeal on the verdict of the blogger Vladislav Tit, who was sentenced to five years in prison for a tweet about children of security forces, reports "Rain".

"the Sentence of Presnensky court of Moscow to leave without change" − quoted the judge's decision to RIA Novosti.

Vladislav Tit participated in the meeting via video link, as he now is in jail.

Now the sentence has entered into force. Protection Vladislav Tits is going to get his excuses, and to complain to the European court of human rights, adds RIA Novosti news Agency with reference to lawyer blogger Denis Tikhonov.

3 Oct lawyer blogger Tits Denis Tikhonov said about the falsification of the case materials before the meeting on the appeal on a sentence in Moscow city court. Tikhonov said the replacement data after compare your documents with the data of the court, passed the "Kommersant". According to the lawyer, among the discrepancies, the time and place of the crime.

on the same day of bloggers published an open letter in support of Tits with a demand to release it, reports "Rain".

"We believe that in a tweet Tits there is no call to violence, and therefore part 2 282-th article of the criminal code not applicable to it. Tweet Tits is his opinion about the possible consequences of excessively rigid actions of police officers to protesters," − said in the letter.

the Authors added that in recent years the Russian authorities "consistently put pressure on freedom of speech and freedom of expression on the Internet".

"We propose to completely remove the criminal liability of the 282-th article", − concluded bloggers.

Vladislav Bird was detained August 3. September 3, Presnensky district court sentenced him to five years in a penal colony, finding him guilty of inciting hatred or enmity on the Internet (paragraph "a" of part 2 of article 282 of the criminal code) because of a post on Twitter where a blogger "actually called for violent actions against children law enforcement".