Chief editor of “Media zones” Sergei Smirnov fined 15 thousand roubles for participation in the pickets in support of journalist Ilya Azar. As told Smirnov “Interfax”, the court in its decision on the penalty used the new wording of the picket as a “latent form of collective activities.” Smirnov was convicted of violation of part 5 of article 20.2 of the administrative code of the Russian Federation may 28 and sentenced him to a fine of 15 thousand rubles. Editor-in-chief of “media zones” quoted the court’s decision, it reads: “the requirements of the law Smirnov S. S., was violated, as he took part in the picket, in a latent form of collective public events, notification on holding of which Executive authorities of the city of Moscow was not served”. According to the text of the decision, Smirnov, being a member of the “public events,” not found “legally significant circumstances, the legality of the picket.” He stressed that the court decision will be appealed. Earlier, Smirnov came to the notice of the penalty in 4 thousand roubles for violation of the conditions of high alert in Moscow. Recall that the chief editor of “media zones” were detained together with the journalists of “echo of Moscow” Tatiana Felgengauer and Aleksandr Plushevii. They participated in single pickets 28 may in support of the hazard, which in that day was sent under arrest for 15 days.
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