The Central District Court of Chita fined local resident Ivan Losev 30,000 rubles under an article about “discrediting the Russian army.” The case was brought after the man recounted his dream on Instagram.
“Today I dreamed that I was mobilized, brought to some kind of preparatory camp, and at that moment the Armed Forces of Ukraine, led by Zelensky, rushed in there, they tied everyone up, they were going to shoot, and at that moment Zelensky walked past me and said: “Oh, I am your I saw stories on Instagram, Glory to Ukraine!” I answered him: “Glory to the heroes!” Zelensky joyfully taps me on the shoulder and says: “So, let him go, shoot everyone else.” And here we are standing with him, looking at all this, and I say to him: “Can I take a selfie with you for Instagram?” Zelensky says: “You can,” ”this is how Losev told about the dream on his page on the social network.
Losev considers this case itself to be idiocy: “I can’t imagine this: an FSB officer of about 40 years old from Zabaikalsk was sitting and with a serious face reprinting my story about how I dreamed of Zelensky ?! This is idiotic."
In early December, a Kazan resident was fined 30,000 rubles under the article on “discrediting the Russian army” for taking part in a rally against mobilization with a poster “I love my dad.” Earlier, it was also reported about a student who mentioned Ukraine in a conversation with a metro guard and was detained under the same article.