Human rights activist Olga Romanova was summoned for questioning because of the fakes about coronavirus
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Human rights activist Olga Romanova was summoned for questioning because of the fakes about coronavirus

22 April , 12:28SocietyPhoto: gorod.lv
The investigator of the Valdai inter-district department of the Investigation department of Investigative Committee in Novgorod reg. sent an agenda for questioning as a witness to the director of the Russian Sitting Charity Fund for Convicts and Their Families, Olga Romanova, on the case of a fake about coronavirus.

This was reported by TASS with the reference to the lawyer of "Postcard Human Rights Protection", who defends the interests of Romanova Sergey Badamshin.

“In response to the inquiry we sent the investigator by mail our application that Romanova currently resides outside Russia,” - Badamshin said.

He indicated in the petition that the investigator has the right to apply to the FSB to confirm this information, and also explained the procedure for calling a witness in the framework of international cooperation.

The Investigation Committee initiated criminal proceedings after the publication that stated that thirty prisoners in a colony in the village of Toporok, Novgorod Region, were infected with a coronavirus.

- One of the online publications published an article about 30 prisoners in a colony in the village of Toporok, Novgorod Region, who allegedly had coronavirus infection. This information is not true. In fact the public dissemination of false information about the circumstances that threaten the life and safety of citizens, organized investigation verification, - leads RIA Novosti message RF IC.

In 2017, Olga Romanova moved to Germany, as reported on her Facebook page. According to her, the reason for the departure was a trial with the Federal Penitentiary Service (FSIN). In early June, the organization underwent searches.

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