Human rights activist and journalist Dmitry Krayukhin came to the management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Oryol region in a T-shirt that policemen were looking for at the headquarters of Navalny and handed it over for examination because of suspicions of extremism. He went home with his naked torso. This was reported on June 8 on the website 'Orlets'.
'I had to make a confession and volunteered a T-shirt. It has not yet been recognized as extremist, but I asked for an examination,' Krayukhin said.
On June 7, policemen came to the election headquarters of Aleksei Navalny, they were looking for 'extremist t-shirts' and wanted to talk with the owner of the premises. In the opinion of the activists, someone complained to the police about the distribution of T-shirts with banned inscriptions.
T-shirts with an inscription 'I Love Russia, I'm fed up with the regime' released by the "Open Russia" movement on the eve of Russia Day on June 12 and an all-Russian protest against corruption.
The Oryol headquarters of Navalny will hold a coordinated anti-corruption rally on June 12.
Daniil Kuznetsov, «7x7»