In Moscow, on the owner of a car with the inscription “Shoigu, s***, where are the shells?” drew up a protocol to discredit the army, writes Baza.
According to the Telegram channel, the police stopped the Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV, owned by a 51-year-old Muscovite, on Planernaya Street in Moscow. A protocol was drawn up against the man under Article 20.3.3 of the Code of Administrative Offenses “Public actions aimed at discrediting the use of the RF Armed Forces.” He faces a fine of up to 50 thousand rubles, the court was appointed for May 22.
“Shoigu, s***, where are the shells?” - a reference to the words of the head of PMC Wagner, Yevgeny Prigozhin. He recorded a video in which he demanded ammunition from Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Chief of the General Staff Valery Gerasimov.
“We have a shortage of ammunition, 70%. Shoigu, Gerasimov, where the fuck ammo. <...> You sit, creatures, in expensive clubs. Your children revel in life, shoot videos on YouTube. You think that you are the masters of this life and that you have the right to dispose of their lives. You think that if you have warehouses from shells, then you have a right to it. There are elementary calculations: if you give the norm of ammunition, there are five times less of them [the dead]. They volunteered here and are dying for you to fatten in your mahogany cabinets. Keep this in mind, ”Prigozhin said in the video.
However, a protocol on "discrediting" the army was not drawn up against Prigozhin himself.