The court in St. Petersburg arrested two natives of Kyrgyzstan, which was applied to the city buildings image of Russian President Vladimir Putin, accompanied by the inscriptions “See and kill”. They are accused of incitement to terrorism.
In St. Petersburg were detained two natives of Kyrgyzstan: a 22-year-old Islambek Parpiev and Muhammadaziz Ishmatov. Them accuse that they are using a stencil about 40 times inflicted on city buildings in the Central and Central regions of the image of Russian President Vladimir Putin, accompanied by the inscriptions “See and kill”.
Investigators have regarded it as incitement to terrorism. The court arrested the boys for two months. In addition to terrorism, they are accused of vandalism.
The investigation claims that graffiti began to appear on January 27, and on the same day in the service of “02” has called at least four of St Petersburg, reported that on the facades of the houses there were threats against Putin.
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