Praised Zelensky: in Russia, a 69-year-old pensioner was accused of “discrediting” the army
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According to Russian journalists, an elderly woman called the President of Ukraine “smart and handsome” and the Ukrainian people “well done”.
-Balkaria, who was in a sanatorium for recuperation. She was denounced by the staff of the medical institution, writes the OVD-Info Telegram channel.
“During the conversation, Slegina said that the Ukrainians are great – they are defending their country, and the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky is a smart and handsome person,” it says in the message.
The denunciation of the woman was written by two waitresses together with a retired employee of the Federal Penitentiary Service, who was resting in a sanatorium at that time.
According to journalists, the protocol on discrediting the Russian army contained words that Olga Slegina did not utter . For example, a pensioner is credited with saying that Vladimir Zelensky will soon take over the Russian Federation, and then “everyone will feel bad.”
A few days later, representatives of law enforcement agencies came to the sanatorium and took Slegina to the police station. The woman was threatened with arrest and demanded to provide the contents of the phone.
Russian media also write that one of the police chiefs asked the woman where she came from and whether there were any Ukrainians among her relatives. At the end of the interrogation, she was taken to the Nalchik city court. When it turned out that the judge was not at the workplace, the accused was released.
On Thursday, December 29, the pensioner was told by phone that she should appear at the court session the next day. On December 30, the police arrived at the sanatorium and once again notified her of the need to appear in court.
Olga Slegina refused to attend the meeting, citing poor health. She also mentioned that her husband had previously worked as a doctor in the structures of the Federal Penitentiary Service.
Focus also wrote that in Kazan, a local resident was found guilty of “discrediting the Russian army” for demonstration of a poster with the inscription “I love my dad.” The court fined the Russian woman 30 thousand rubles.