The Foundation for the Protection of the National Historical Heritage turned to the head of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, Alexander Bastrykin, with a request to check Semyon Slepakov for “discredit”; Russian army.
Such an appeal appeared after Slepakov released the song “Lullaby” about a dead Russian soldier. This was reported by TASS.
“We turned to the head of the Investigative Committee, Alexander Bastrykin, with a request to conduct a pre-investigation check on Semyon Slepakov on the fact of committing a crime under Art. Alexander Karabanov.
It is noted that earlier the same fund demanded that Semyon Slepakov be included in the list of “foreign agents”.
According to the Russian press, Slepakov is outside Russia.
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