GENERICO.ruRussiaMarina Ovsyannikova, who spoke on Channel One against the war, was issued a protocol on discrediting the Russian military

Marina Ovsyannikova, who spoke on Channel One against the war, was issued a protocol on discrediting the Russian military

The Ostankinsky District Court of Moscow has registered a protocol in the case of discrediting the Russian military (Part 1 of Article 20.3.3 of the Code of Administrative Offenses) against the former editor of Channel One, Marina Ovsyannikova. This follows from the court base.

1Article“They are lying to you here.” The Ostankino court fined Marina Ovsyannikova, who ran out on air with an anti-war poster

According to the card of the administrative case, the protocol was registered on March 24, and the court session was scheduled for April 14.

On the evening of March 14, during a live broadcast of the news release on Channel One, Ovsyannikova appeared behind the back of the presenter Ekaterina Andreeva with a poster “Stop the war! Don't believe the propaganda, they lie to you here.” She was immediately detained and taken to the duty department of the All-Russian Exhibition Center.

The lawyer was allowed to see the editor only the next day, during a court session, according to the protocol that was drawn up against her because of a video message about the war in Ukraine, published after the action in broadcast. The Ostankino court fined Ovsyannikov 30,000 rubles (Part 2 of Article 20.2 of the Code of Administrative Offenses).

Later it became known that the journalist quit the TV channel due to disagreement with the editorial policy. A few days later, the deputy general director of Channel One, Kirill Kleimenov, called the anti-war action of an employee on the news broadcast a “betrayal”.

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