Yesterday, Gomel businessman, a member of the UCP Vladimir Nepomnyaschikh was fined for 350 thousands rubles. Ilya Sviridov, the judge of Zheleznodorozhny district of Gomel has made such a decree on the basis of police reports.
July, 5, security officers – police warrant officer Valentin Gorbachev and sergeant Rustam Ismailov, arrested Nepomnyaschikh on the Pobedy street at a bus stop. Vladimir had a T-shirt with the inscription: front: "December 19, 2010 - Bloody Sunday" on the back: "Down with Fascism!".
Vladimir was taken to Zheleznodorozhny RUVD (District Department of the Interior Affairs), and after to the temporary detention center. He has been charged under the Article 23.34 of the Administrative Code - a violation of the order of organization or holding mass events. Associate Officer of Transport University, Vladimir Chumakov has testified in the court, that allegedly, Nepomnyaschikh agitated people on Privokzalnaya Square (Train-station square) to take part in "tacit" protest action on July 6. But especially, the 34-year-old associate officer did not like the inscription on the t-shirt, "Down with Fascism!"
Nepomnyaschikh, in its turn, replied that he couldn’t write the greeting to such a scourge, as that of Fascism.
Vladimir Nepomnyaschikh, by the way, the former police officer, was detained for various inscriptions on the t-shirt for six times. And now, he was given a penalty; however they charged him with the breach of the organization of mass events, as radio Radio Liberty reports.