A resident of Moscow, Yury Samoilov, who was detained in the metro for a headband on a phone with a chevron of the Ukrainian Azov regiment, was detained at the exit from the detention center in Sakharovo, where he served 14 days of arrest. SOTA reports.
According to the publication, Samoilov was taken to Profsoyuznaya, 59k1, where the police, the Investigative Committee and the prosecutor's office of the metro are located.
According to investigators, Samoilov watched videos on Michael Naki's YouTube channel and the Ukrainian TV channel Freedom, which changed his position on the war in Ukraine. Then he allegedly began to publish anti-war videos on his page in Odnoklassniki and set up such a screensaver.
The court decision stated that the denunciations against Samoilov had been written by three passengers. One of them said that he saw a "swastika" on the man's phone, which he allegedly demonstrated for "one minute."