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State examination found no calls to extremism in the leaflets and the program of the movement “New grandeur”, according to “the Media” with reference to the Maxim Pashkov, the lawyer of one of defendants Maria Dubovik.
According to him, the first examination conducted by the Moscow research centre (MIC), and the second — the Ministry of justice, with the result that the experts came to the conclusion that “in the submitted documents, leaflets, programmes there is no extremism, violent overthrow of the government not contains”.
Pashkov added that the investigation received the results of the first examination in early October of last year, but was not satisfied with her results, sent the documents to the second, while the defenders became aware of it only to December.
The criminal case against the “New grandeur” was initiated in March last year. Ten activists were arrested in March on charges of organizing an extremist community. Linguistic expertise found in their program “the signs of propaganda of the ideology of violence”, however, according to the materials of the case, the leader and initiator of the movement was people, implemented by the security forces.
Among those arrested were 17-year-old at the time, Anna pavlikova and 18-year-old Maria Dubovik. 15 Aug in their defense held a “March of mothers”. After the Dorogomilovsky district court of Moscow dismissed Pavlikova and Dubovik from jail under house arrest.
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