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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

The Moscow city court upheld the verdict of the participants of the rally on 26 March to Shimuzu

The Moscow city court upheld the verdict of the party’s anti-corruption rally in Moscow on March 26, Stanislaw Shimuzu about this from the court told the lawyer “Agora international” Svetlana Sidorkina.

Earlier Simovic was sentenced to 2,5 years of imprisonment in a General regime colony, now the verdict has come into force.

Recall that Shimuzu was blamed for the fact that he threw a brick at the police, hitting “lower back” Lieutenant Colonel Koteneva, who was the organizer of arrests at Pushkin square.

Thus simowitz argued that the brick hit the security officer in a bulletproof vest, injuries on the body of the last was not fixed, in addition to obtained a Lieutenant Colonel in the exercise of a bruise.

The initial confession of Simavna was obtained under the influence of counsel Diana Totobay: Zimovets later claimed that she acted in accord with the investigator in his case.

Simovic is a member of hostilities in Chechnya, their actions at the rally, he explained that he wanted to stop the police from arrests of children.

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