Russians — were fined, Belarusians — was given a chance to justify

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Today, the Central Administrative Court considered the case of Gomel Russian citizen Alexander Konovalov and Gomel resident Ruslan Vstsimenki.

They were arrested on June 15 in the city park, where there, in Lenin Square, conducted action "Revolution through social networks" and sent overnight to the detention center, and today brought to court. Both were charged with disorderly conduct and disobeying police.

Judge Elena Tsalkova fined Alexander Konovalov, 20 basic units (700,000 rubles), although a citizen of Russia was not involved in the action.

The trial Ruslan Ustsimenkam postponed to June 17.

"I did not recognize that screamed some curse words, it's an obvious lie. I have witnesses, and tomorrow they will confirm that I did not shout and no one resisted," — said Mr. Ustsimenka.

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