The police drew up a protocol on the “discrediting” of the Russian army (Article 20.3.3 of the Code of Administrative Offenses) in relation to the Kirov politician Svetlana Marina because of the comment about the murdered “military officer” Vladlen Tatarsky. This is reported by "OVD-Info" with reference to the woman herself.
Marina is charged with writing a critical review in the Svobodny Kirov Telegram chat under the news that a portrait of Tatarsky was put up near the Eternal Flame in Kirov. “A disgrace, put a bandit and a murderer at the monument to the victims of the war. What kind of cockroaches do people grow in their heads, ”the comment read.
The protocol says that Marina discredited Tatarsky as "a Russian military correspondent and a volunteer of the Vostok battalion."
Russian propagandist Vladlen Tatarsky (Maxim Fomin) died on April 2 in St. Petersburg when a bomb exploded in the cafe where his "creative evening" was held. Daria Trepova was detained on charges of murder, who, according to investigators, presented Tatarsky with a plaster figurine stuffed with explosives. The Investigative Committee charged journalist Roman Popkov, who is in Ukraine, in absentia with organizing a crime.