In St. Petersburg, police detained activist Natalya Sivokhina with her three-year-old daughter on Zagorodny Prospekt at the exit of the doctor. Boris Vishnevsky, deputy of the legislative assembly of the city, spoke about this.
They were taken to the police department No. 2 on Sadovaya Street. The child was released when her father, human rights activist Grigory Mikhnov-Vaitenko, arrived at the department. ” alt=”1″ />Asses are on fire. Who in Russia are offended by naked photos
Sivokhina was detained on the complaint of St. Petersburg homophobic activist Timur Bulatov, Vishnevsky noted. According to Bulatov's post on VKontakte, he wrote to the police about Sivokhina's anti-war pickets.
Sivokhina is the founder of the Living City city protection movement and a member of the St. Petersburg branch of the Society for the Protection of Historical and Cultural Monuments (VOOPIiK).