On the ex-mayor of Yekaterinburg, they sew a case in just one phrase

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 The ex-mayor of Yekaterinburg is accused in just one phrase

The former mayor of Yekaterinburg, Yevgeny Roizman, was detained for just one phrase: “invasion of Ukraine.” This is reported by Ksenia Sobchak. "In fact, in one sentence. Invasion of Ukraine. I have said it everywhere and now I will say it,” said Roizman. His apartment was searched today for several hours, after which the security forces took him out and took him to the museum of the Nevyansk icon for a search. "We know everything about our country. Nothing new, — said the former mayor of Yekaterinburg. During a search in his apartment, the security forces seized a phone, a candy bar, flash drives, notes, CDs, a passport and a military ID. Business cards of foreign politicians and diplomats were also found. He is charged with “discrediting the Russian army.” The official could face up to three years in prison.

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