As you know, the well-known blogger Khovansky was detained in St. Petersburg for the fact that in the song he sang law enforcement agencies found "justification of terrorism", or rather, the tragedy that took place in 2002 in Moscow during the play "Nord-Ost". Under the article of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, blogger Khovansky is threatened with up to 7 years in prison. True, he has already admitted his guilt and expressed remorse.
Meanwhile, a video clip and photographs of the detainee and the apartment in which it happened are being circulated on social networks.
Popular blogger Lena Miro comments on this incident:
“An unkempt, fat dude with yellow teeth and a woman’s voice stands and regrets. He regrets that, through his stupidity (I hope), he could even hint at one of the greatest tragedies of modern Russia.
It's unpleasant to look at this. Stupidly unpleasant. Can you imagine what is in the head of a person who has set up a trash heap in his home?"
At the end of his post, Miro asks the readers a question: does Khovansky, for all his troubles and untidiness, deserve to be jailed for a song?
It must be admitted that this is a very relevant question, given the vagaries of Russian justice, and readers of Miro's blog were far from unanimous in their answers. Moreover, an insignificant minority spoke out in favor of imprisoning Khovansky for 7 years:
“I deserved it. seven. It would be nice to think before opening your mouth..."
But the majority rightly believed that the blasphemer blogger rather needs treatment and rehabilitation than imprisonment:
- The character is disgusting and swam over the shores, but imprisoning for a song is nonsense, enough "public flogging" and a fine.
- A hospital attendant, for example. I feel sorry for him, and he is pathetic. I've seen a couple of his performances - far from being a fool. Is ill. I looked at his photo of 5 years ago after the post - another person.
- He deserves a huge fine, which will be spent on the treatment of children and compulsory work for the good of society. He might like it in prison. But why should taxpayers keep this shit?
- Sokolov killed and dismembered a concubine - 12, 5 years old
Efremov in a drunken stupor crushed a man to death - 8 years
Shaggy Khovansky sang a vile song - 7 years old? Of course not! You cannot deprive a person of seven years of life for a song.