A Russian court fines a woman for protesting on state television

a russian court fines a woman for protesting on state television
a russian court fines a woman for protesting on state television

A Russian court on Tuesday fined a woman 30,000 roubles (about $280) for interrupting a live news briefing on state television and denouncing the war in Ukraine, according to the RIA news agency.

Shauntv reported earlier that An employee of Channel One, Marina Ovsyannikova screamed anti-Russian slurs protesting on state television while holding up a placard behind a studio presenter delivering the news on Monday night.

Russia’s state television “Channel One” is interrupted by someone holding a placard that reads “NO WAR. Stop fighting. Refuse to be swayed by lies and propaganda. READ MORE

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