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Friday, February 16, 2018

In St. Petersburg detained “killed” the gays chanted “Kadyrov in the Hague”

In St. Petersburg during a may day March consistent LGBT activists staged a rally on Nevsky Prospekt. They put on the paint depicting blood and lay down right on the asphalt, covered with rainbow flags. In hands they held posters, taken generally on Demonstrations and chanted slogans against the persecution of gays in Chechnya.

Photo: twitter.com/merr1k

According to the St. Petersburg Agency Fontanka near the Anichkov Palace during may day marches detained about 10 activists of the LGBT movement.

It is reported that the detainees were moved in a convoy of historic preservation activists, LGBT and “Open Russia” and chanted the slogan “Kadyrov in the Hague.”

The detention occurred after activists lay on the asphalt on the roadway, smeared with red paint and covered with rainbow flags.

One of the activists began to sprinkle lying land.

One of the activists were holding a poster: “As good as they are fresh roses I abandoned my country in a coffin.

Earlier it was reported that state Duma Deputy Vitaly Milonov stormed a convoy of LGBT activists, after which he began shouting “this Sunday – a shame of Russia” and there was a fight.

On may day in St. Petersburg detained a rally against the killing of gays in Chechnya pic.twitter.com/uV202NGD4b

— Dave Frenkel (@merr1k) may 1, 2017


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