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The Petrograd district court of St. Petersburg sent into custody for ten days activist Paul Ivankina, who participated in the picket against the arrival in the city, TV and radio host Vladimir Solovyov. This was “Fontanka” said the volunteer organization “Group of aid to detainees”.
Solovyov’s speech at the Palace of culture named after Lensovet was held on November 2. In the picket, timed to the arrival leading to the city, was attended by seven people. Young men stood with placards, one of which Soloviev was compared to Nazi propagandist Julius Streicher.
All the participants of the picket were taken to the police Department. Six of them were soon released, and Ivankin was charged with resisting arrest. The next day, the court found Ivankina guilty of violating part 1 of article 19.3 of the administrative offences Code (“disobedience to a lawful order of a police officer”) and was sent into custody.
Julius Streicher was editor of the anti-Communist and anti-Semitic newspaper Der Stürmer (“Attack”). In 1946 he was executed by sentence of the Nuremberg Tribunal.
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