Timofei Radzikhovsky, an activist from Kaluga, responded to a comment by Dmitry Medvedev, deputy head of the Russian Security Council, in which the politician promised to avenge the blocking of Dmitry Puchkov’s YouTube channel (“Goblin”), with the sentence: “Dmitry, maybe it’s enough to drink already?” After that, the Russian was deprived of access to the public on VKontakte “Civil Society of the Kaluga Region” , and his colleague, journalist Denis Starostin, was detained. Sota reports .
After the arrest, Starostin began to be asked about Radzikhovsky and they wanted to send him to Moscow, but later they released him. Activists have not yet restored access to the community, comments on publications are closed.
Earlier, Dmitry Medvedev expressed support for blogger Dmitry Puchkov (Goblin) in connection with the blocking of his YouTube channel and promised to "take revenge." Puchkov's channel was blocked by video hosting for violating community rules. Puchkov claims that this is how he is punished for his pro-Russian position.