Russian schoolboy has remembered the victims of Stalinism and paid

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Photo: home “Team Bulk | Cheboksary” in “Vkontakte”

In Cheboksary, the police detained a seventh-grader Mikhail Prokhorov, who participated in the “Immortal GULAG” and was holding a poster with the name of the victims of Stalinist repression, wrote, “Idel. Realities”.

The teenager told reporters, stood in the pickets, when he was approached by a man in civilian clothes and began to question where he’s from and who made it stand with a placard with the inscription “Chuvash Republic lived, Gets Karp, F. the conductor of a freight train. Shot: 29.05.1938”.

“Then he showed the certificate of the police officer and also quickly put it in his pocket. In parallel, he was talking on the phone, and then I was approached by seven police officers and asked to go with them. Already in the police station they took my phone and tried to take a statement, calling me a “avalancha” that goes to meetings for 500 rubles. I said I will not say anything and asked to call my mom,” said Prokhorov.

At the precinct paragraph police he and his mother gave explanations, after which the activist was released. The publication clarifies that the Department detention the student explained that he had a “strange poster”, but nothing illegal he did.

October 30 in Russia have been mourning events dedicated to the Day of memory of victims of political repression.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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