On September 5, businessman and activist Konstantin Fokin took to the Red Square in Moscow with a poster citing the words of the sixth commandment calling not to kill. Within 2 minutes he was arrested. A protocol was drawn up against him on discrediting the Russian army (20.3.3 of the Code of Administrative Offenses).
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