The Konakovo City Court of the Tver Region sentenced a Russian couple from Konakovo, Tver Region, Lyudmila Razumova and Alexander Martynov, to 7 and 6.5 years in a penal colony, respectively, under articles on vandalism and “fakes” about the army. It is reported by OVD-Info.
A criminal case was opened because of posts in Odnoklassniki and anti-war graffiti on the walls in a village in the Tver region. The prosecutor demanded that both be sentenced to seven years in prison.
In March 2022, they were taken into custody under an article on military "fake news". Martynov made a repost of the record about the killed residents of Mariupol. In it, the Russian military are called "scum". The man also published a video with the caption that the Russian military had shelled residential buildings in Kherson. In addition, a post was found on his page in which the commander-in-chief of the Aerospace Forces, Sergei Surovikin, is called a war criminal.
His wife, Razumova, according to investigators, also spread "fakes" in Odnoklassniki. The six records that investigators found spoke of shelling by the Russian army of civilians in Ukraine. In some posts in relation to the Russian military, the words “rashists” and “vata-fascists” were used.
The investigation also claims that Martynov and Razumova made images in the villages of Mokshino, Varaksino, Teshilovo, in the villages of Mirny and Novozavidovsky using a stencil “in the form of a merger of two people V.V. Putin and A. Hitler”. In addition, they left inscriptions “Putler kaput”, “Ukraine, forgive us”, “Peace to Ukraine”, “Putin is war” and other slogans.