Nelli Loseva, resident of Russia’s Chita, has been slapped with a €400 fine for liking a picture on OK, a Russian social media network, that shed light on the deaths of Russian draftees in Ukraine, Siberia.Realities was told by a city court.
One of the pictures that Loseva was found guilty of liking read that “increasingly more news is coming out that draftees are dying, and there will be more and more, they do not defend the Motherland, the Motherland itself attacked its neighbour. People are dying for nothing.”
The Chita police wrote a report against Loseva on 21 December. The woman was found guilty of “discrediting” the Russian army.
The Chita resident faces another court case for disrespecting the state after she liked a picture with the following text: “For visitors of my page: Putin is a ***khead, Crimea is Ukraine, Russia is waging a war against Ukraine.” The hearing is scheduled for 1 February.
Earlier, Nelli’s son Ivan Losev was fined 30,000 rubles (€400) for “discrediting” the Russian army after he shared his dream about Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Instagram.
“I had a dream today that I had been drafted and taken to a training camp, and then the Ukrainian armed forces led by Zelensky stormed in, everyone was captured and they were reading to shoot us. At this moment, Zelensky walks past me and says, “Oh, I have seen your stories on Instagram, Glory to Ukraine!” I responded, “Glory to the Heroes!” Zelensky cheerfully pats me on the shoulder and says, “Release this one, shoot the rest.” So, me and him are standing there, looking at this, and I ask him, “Can I take a selfie with you for Instagram?” Zelensky says, “You can”, Losev said in an Instagram story that he posted on his page.