Moscow court in spirit of the recently assumed extremist-law

The Russian authorities are zealously to follow the recently assumed extremist-law that judge out citizens supporting a so called “extremist organizations” – such as the Anti-corruption organization jailed opposition-leader Aleksei Navalny started.

In the case of Kira Yarmysh, the spokeswomen of named organization, Moscow court has sentenced her to “restricted freedom” for 18 months. The court sentence is a parole-like sentence based on allegedly calling for the violation of anti-pandemic restrictions.