Former editor of Channel One Ovsyannikova in Russia put on the federal wanted list

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Former editor of Channel One Ovsyannikova in Russia was declared a federal wanted

Marina Ovsyannikova's ex-husband says that the TV journalist escaped from house arrest with their daughter.

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The Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs put Marina Ovsyannikova, former editor of the propaganda channel Channel One, on the federal wanted list. The opposition media outlet Mediazona writes about this.

The certificate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs states that Ovsyannikov is wanted under an article of the criminal code.

 The ex-editor of Channel One, Ovsyannikova, was put on the federal wanted list in Russia

Former editor of Channel One Ovsyannikova was put on the federal wanted list in Russia

On August 10, Russian law enforcement officers came to the TV journalist with a search in the case of “fakes about the Russian army.” The reason for the case was a picket in front of the Kremlin with a poster “Putin is a murderer, his soldiers are fascists. 352 children died. How many more children must die for you to stop?” Later, by a court decision, she was sent under house arrest until October 9.

On Saturday, October 1, her ex-husband Igor Ovsyannikov said that the Russian woman escaped from house arrest and disappeared in an unknown direction along with their 11-year-old daughter.

“Last night, my ex-wife left the place that the court assigned her for house arrest, and, together with my 11-year-old daughter, disappeared in an unknown direction,” he told Russian propaganda TV channel RT.

At the same time, the lawyer TV journalist Dmitry Zakhvatov told reporters that he did not know anything about the fact that Ovsyannikova left the house in New Moscow, where she was supposed to be by court order.

Who is Marina Ovsyannikova

Marina Ovsyannikova became famous on March 14, when she broke into the air of the Vremya program on Channel One, where she worked as an editor, and showed an anti-war poster behind the back of the presenter Ekaterina Andreeva. It read “Stop the war. Don't believe the propaganda. They're lying to you.”

Former editor of Channel One Ovsyannikov was put on the federal wanted list in Russia

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On July 17, Ovsyannikova was detained by police near her house in the Moscow region. Lawyer Dmitry Zakhvatov said that he did not know where his client had been taken.

Journalists of the Mediakiller project, referring to the internal databases of the tax service and the pension fund of the Russian Federation, said that Ovsyannikova worked for the Russian Ministry of Defense for several years.< /p>