In Russia they sent protesters straight to the front, they detained more than a thousand people

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Peter Kavinsky


Detention during protests and then a subpoena, which entails the obligation to appear before the military administration. Russia has found a new source for its army after announcing partial mobilization. In total, police detained 1,323 people during Wednesday’s protests, including at least 549 in St. Petersburg and 509 in Moscow, according to the OVD-Info website, which tracks the police’s actions.

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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