Seven have been released
Two are
under investigation
S.Abanichev
V. Barabanov
D. Konon
V. Kostenok
A.Minyaylo
S.Fomin
S. Polovets

D. Vasiliev was under investigation.
D.Beglets, 2 years
Kirill Zhukov, 3 years
E. Kovalenko, 3.5 years
K.Kotov, 4 years
I. Podkopaev, 2 years
V. Sinitsa, 5 years
P.Ustinov, 1 year probation
А.Barshay, 3 years
probation
M.Kvasov, a penalty
270 000 rub


Twenty one have been convicted
A. Gubaydullin, S.Medenkov is on an international wanted list


N. Chirtsov, 1 year
Yegor Zhukov, 3 years probation
E.Lesnyh, 3 years
M.Martinsov, 2,5 years
V.Emelyanov, 2 years probation
P.Novikov, a penalty 120 000 rub
A.Mylnikov, 2 years probation
S. Rajabov
E. Malyshevsky, 2 y. & 9 months
S.Surovtsev, 2,5 years
E.Erzunov, a penalty 110 000 rub
А. Veresov, a penalty 160 000 rub

PRISONERS

Sentenced
(27 year old, an entrepreneur, father of two children)
DANIL BEGLETS
The charge: Part 1 of Article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. The investigator declared that there was a video showing him 'striking unidentified police officers, thereby obstructing their legitimate actions'.
Date of sentencing: 2019, September the 3rd.
Date of appeal: 2019, October the 7th.
Date of cassation: 2020, March the 27th.
Now: a penal colony.
Term: 2 years of imprisonment in a general regime colony.
The court of cassation has changed the form of punishment from a general regime colony to a settlement colony. One day spent by Danil in a pre-trial detention center will be counted in two days in a penal colony.
(28 years old, incomplete degrees in physics engineering and psychology teaching)
KIRILL ZHUKOV
The charge: Part 1 of Article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. Kirill is accused of trying to raise a helmet visor of a member of the Russian National Guard during the demonstration on July 27th.
Date of sentencing: 2019, September the 4th.
Now: a penal colony.
Term: 3 years of imprisonment.
(34 years old, a programmer, a civic activist)
KONSTANTIN KOTOV
The charge: Article 212.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation also known as "Dadin`s article" on multiple violations in the organization of a protest. The Investigative Committee completed the investigation in 4 days.
Date of sentencing: 2019, September the 5th.
Now: a penal colony.
Term: 4 years of imprisonment.
(25 years old, a technician)
IVAN PODKOPAEV
The charge: Part 1 of Article 318, article 212.2 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. During inspection, police officers found in his backpack a hammer, a penknife, gas spray and a gas mask.
Date of sentencing: 2019, September the 3rd.
Now: a penal colony.
Term: 2 years of imprisonment after appeal.
(30 years old, a financial manager)
VLADISLAV SINITSA
The charge: Paragraph "a" of Part 2 of Article 282 of of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. According to the investigation, a Tweet he posted constitutes a criminal intention to incite hostility and hate towards all law enforcement officers and their families.
Date of sentencing: 2019, September the 3rd.
Now: a penal colony.
Term: 5 years of imprisonment.
(23 years old, a novice actor)
PAVEL USTINOV
The charge: Part 2 of Article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. Pavel is accused of using violence against a member of the Russian National Guard, leading to the dislocation of his shoulder.
Date of sentencing: 2019, September the 16th.
Term: 1 year suspended sentence.
(32 years old, a dentist)
PAVEL NOVIKOV
The charge: Part 1 of Article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.
Date of sentencing: 2019, December the 6th.
Term: a penalty 120 000 rub.
(27 years old, a merchandiser)
VLADIMIR EMELYANOV
Date of arrest: 14 October
The charge: Part 1 of Article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.
Date of sentencing: 2019, December the 6th.
Term: 2 years suspended sentence.
(21 years old, a student of Higher School of Economics)
YEGOR ZHUKOV
The charge: He was charged under Part 2 of Article 212 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, however, later this charge was canceled.Now he is convicted under Part 2 of Article 280 of the Criminal Code because the investigative officers found "calls for extremist activity" in four videos on his YouTube channel.
Date of sentencing: 2019, December the 6th.
Term: 3 years suspended sentence with the prohibition to administer the Internet pages for 2 years.
(35 years old, an anti-fascism activist and an animal ethics activist)
YEGOR LESNYKH
Date of arrest: 14 October.
The charge: Part 1 of Article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.
Date of sentencing: 2019, December the 6th.
Term: 3 years of imprisonment.
Now he is in the detention center-5 "Vodnik".

(27 years old, a laboratory engineer)
MAXIM MARTINTSOV
Date of arrest: 14 October.
The charge: Part 1 of Article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.
Date of sentencing: 2019, December the 6th.
Term: 2,5 years of imprisonment.
Now he is in the detention center-1 in Ufa, Bashkortostan.

(32 years old, a father of three children)
ALEXANDER MYLNIKOV
Date of arrest: 14 October.
The charge: Part 1 of Article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.
Date of sentencing: 2019, December the 6th.
Term: 2 years suspended sentence.
(22 years old, an entrepreneur)
NIKITA CHIRTSOV
The charge: Part 1 of Article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. According to the investigation, on the 27th of July he used violence intentionally against a policeman by pushing him with two hands into the chest, thereby hurt him.
Date of sentencing: 2019, December the 6th.
Term: 1 year of imprisonment.
Now he is in the detention center-1 in Kursk.
(21 years old, a builder, a novice rapper)
SAMARIDDIN RADZABOV
The charge: Part 1 of Article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. According to the prosecution, Radzabov hurt the Russian National Guard member dressed in protective equipment by throwing a plastic bottle at him.
Date of sentencing: 2019, December the 24th.
Term: a penalty 100 000 rub, but he was released from paying a penalty in connection with the detention in the detention centre for 5 months.

(47 years old, a repairman)
EDUARD MALYSHEVSKIY
The charge: Part 1 of Article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. According to the investigation, he used violence against the police.
Date of sentencing: 2019, December the 9th.
Term: 2 years and 9 months of imprisonment after appeal.
Now he is in the detention center-1 in Kursk.
(24 years old, a manager)
EVGENY ERZUNOV
The charge: Part 1 of Article 296 of the Criminal Code because of his comment on social media about the judge who ruled in the "case 212".
Date of sentencing: 2019, December the 24th.
Term: a penalty 110 000 rub.
(30 years old, IT)
SERGEY SUROVTSEV
The charge: Part 1 of Article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. According to the investigation, he used violence against the police.
Date of sentencing: 2019, December the 24th.
Term: 2,5 years of imprisonment.
Now he is in the detention center-5 "Vodnik".
(46 years old, a musician and DJ)
ALEXEY VERESOV
The charge: He was charged under Part 2 of Article 280 of the Criminal Code because the investigative officers found "calls for extremist activity" in his comment on social media about the judge who ruled in the "case 212", however, later this charge was canceled. Now he is convicted under Part 1 of Article 296 of the Criminal Code.
Date of sentencing: 2020, January the 16th.
Term: a penalty 160 000 rub.
(21 years old, a student Moscow Aviation Institute)
ANDREY BARSHAY
Date of arrest: 14 October.
The charge: Part 1 of Article 318 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.
Date of sentencing: 2020, February the 18th.
Term: 3 years suspended sentence.
(34 years old, a cook)
MIKHAIL KVASOV
The charge: Part 1 of Article 296 of the Criminal Code because of his comment on social media about the judge who ruled in the "case 212".
Date of sentencing: 2020, March the 5th.
Term: a penalty 270 000 rub.

PRISONERS

Awaiting the end of the investigation

PRISONERS

Released
(36 years old, an entrepreneur)
SERGEY FOMIN
The charge: Part 1 of Article 212 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. On the 5th of August, the Investigative Committee put him on the "wanted list" because he wasn't at the place of registration (he said he was on vacation). On the 9th of August, he surrendered to the police voluntarily.
He was released on the 6th of December.
(40 years old)
SERGEY POLOVETS
The charge: Part 1 of Article 296 of the Criminal Code.
He was released on the 24th of December.
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• Don't hesitate to write about simple things. Remember, as is often the case, the main thing is to start.
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• The best way is to make letters short and dedicated to one topic. So it will be easier for the prisoner to write an answer.
    DETENTION CENTER-1
    305016, Kursk, st. Pirogova, 1
    • Chirtsov Nikita Maksimovich, 1997
    • Malyshevskiy Eduard Vadimovich, 1972

    DETENTION CENTER-5
    125130, Moscow, st. Vyborgskaya, 20
    • Lesnykh Egor Sergeevich, 1984
    • Surovtsev Sergey Yuryevich, 1989

    DETENTION CENTER-1
    450015, Republic of Bashkortostan, st. Dostoevskogo, 39
    • Martintsov Maksim Alekseevich, 1993

    PENAL COLONY (please contact us for more information)
    • Beglets Danil Yuryevich, 1992
    • Kovalenko Evgeniy Dmitrievich, 1971
    • Kotov Konstantin Alexandrovich, 1985
    • Podkopaev Ivan Romanovich, 1993
    • Sinitsa Vladislav Yuryevich, 1989
    • Zhukov Kirill Sergeevich, 1990
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