Alisa Klimentova, a resident of Tyumen, was found guilty under an administrative article on “discrediting the armed forces of the Russian Federation” (20.3.3 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation) for writing “No to ***” on the pavement. She must pay a fine of 30 thousand rubles, writes the Telegram channel "Not Moscow Says". The case was closed after Klimentova testified, but the police appealed this decision.
The story with the slogan of Klimentova became resonant in September 2022, when the case materials were published. There, Klimentova explained that she meant “no voble”, as she feels “dislike for this type of fish”. The slogan quickly became a meme, inspired Semyon Slepakov to write a song, and designers to create clothes with the appropriate inscription.
The article about "discrediting" the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs is used regularly . Even before the roach story, in March 2022, immediately after the start of the so-called special operation, an activist was fined in Moscow for picketing with a poster “Fascism will not pass.” The slogan was recognized as discrediting the Russian army. She was fined 50 thousand rubles.
Also, a resident of Krasnodar was punished under the article - the court fined him 30 thousand rubles for spitting on a banner with the letter “Z”.