In relation to 82-year-old resident of Perm Alexander Nikonov, an administrative protocol was drawn up on the "discredit" of the army after a teenager reported on the pensioner.
Human rights activist Artem Fayzulin reported on the Telegrm channel that on May 16 Nikonov was selling books in the park that he had written, designed and printed at his own expense. A young man named Sakharov approached him. In communication, the pensioner, in particular, expressed his attitude towards the “SVO”, and when the interlocutor declared his desire to also participate in it, he warned that he could be killed there. In addition, according to the human rights activist, the pensioner suggested that Sakharov "listen to the oppositionists who are telling the truth about Russia."
As Nikonov himself told the publication Idel. The pensioner told him that it was not so.
After the conversation, the teenager called the police, who detained Nikonov and confiscated his books, which the police called "literature aimed at discrediting the army." A protocol was drawn up for the pensioner under Art. 20.3.3 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation.
The court set the hearing for July 4.