Gozman was detained for a post in LiveJournal from 2013
Gozman was serving 15 days of arrest for the post of 2020, the contents of which the court recognized as the identification of the USSR and Nazi Germany. Now the politician was detained under the same article, only for a LiveJournal post from 2013
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Leonid Gozman (left)
Politician Leonid Gozman (recognized as a foreign agent by the media) was detained at the exit from the special detention center in Mnevniki, his lawyer Mikhail Biryukov told RBC. According to him, at the moment Gozman is in the Tverskoye police department.
RBC asked the press service of the Moscow Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for comment.
According to the defender, the politician was detained for a post in LiveJournal. dated 2013 under the article on the identification of the USSR and Nazi Germany (part 2 of article 13.48 of the Code of Administrative Offenses). Gozman was serving an arrest of 15 days, which the Tverskoy Court appointed him on August 30 under the same article. The defense then filed an appeal, but the Moscow City Court upheld the decision to arrest the politician.
Responsibility for speaking or posting information in the media or the Internet, which compares the goals, decisions and actions of the leadership and military personnel of Germany and the USSR during the Second world, and also denied “the decisive role of the Soviet people in the defeat of Nazi Germany and the humanitarian mission of the USSR in the liberation of the countries of Europe”, appeared in the Code of Administrative Offenses in the spring of 2022.
RT reported that the case was related to Gozman's post on Facebook (the parent company Meta Platforms was recognized as extremist in Russia and banned) from 2020. It was devoted to the initiative on responsibility for identifying the actions of the leadership of the USSR and Germany, then it had not yet been adopted by the State Duma.
For a repeated violation under Art. 13.48 of the Code of Administrative Offenses for individuals, a fine of up to 5 thousand rubles is provided. or administrative arrest up to 15 days.
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In mid-July, a case was opened against the politician for failure to notify dual citizenship (Article 330.2 of the Criminal Code), it provides for a fine of up to 200 thousand rubles. or compulsory works up to 400 hours. A few years ago, the politician and his wife received Israeli citizenship, but were not going to leave there, Gozman said. They did not know about the need to notify the authorities within 60 days and did it a year later.