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For the word "Muscovite" Russian poet faces four years in prison

on Wed Jun 03, 2015 4:09 pm
In the Oryol region of the Russian Federation on Wednesday held a hearing on the case of the poet Alexander Byvsheva, who is accused of inciting ethnic hatred or hatred.

It is reported by BBC BBC

At the trial of Orlowski teacher and poet Alexander Byvsheva who wrote poetry in support of Ukraine, studied the meaning of the word "Moskal." The defense presented the conclusion of the Kiev Institute of Linguistics, which states that the word "Moskal" and its derivatives in the poems Byvsheva represent the Russian military, and not insulting nickname Russian general. However, the judge refused to add this conclusion to the case and rejected the petition for a new examination, finding a sufficient conclusion teacher Oryol University, confirms the view that the accusations that the poems Byvsheva excite hatred and hostility to the Russian.

After the Russian annexation of the Crimea and the war in the Donbass teacher and poet Alexander were in 2014, wrote the poem "Ukrainian patriots" and "Ukrainian rebels' in which harsh terms urged Ukrainians to resist the invaders.

Investigative Committee accused him of "inciting hatred or enmity" to the Russian under Article 282, paragraph 1, of the Criminal Code of Russia. This article provides a wide range of punishments, from compulsory labor or a fine of up to four years in prison. In Russian
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