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‘Court’ in Sevastopol Fined a Man Who Cut Down a War Supporting Wall Banner

A 55-year-old local man was detained in Sevastopol for cutting a wall banner supporting the war against Ukraine as the press office of the occupation police reported.

Local public pages published photos of the detention:

‘Gagarinsky Court’ of Sevastopol ‘classified these actions as discrediting of the Russian Armed Forces” and fined the man RUR30,000.

To remind: two locals were detained earlier in the occupied Sevastopol for allegedly puncturing wheels of cars with the Z symbol used in the war against Ukraine.

On April 4, the FSB in Crimea stated that it had detained “a supporter of Ukrainian neo-Nazis for possession of weapons.”

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