Society of Journalists complained of police, who confiscated the latest issue of its publication. Judge Antonina Kachanova demanded that the complainant testified to the police a copy of the police report and confirmed that the newspaper "Free City" exists in Krichevo and that he her publisher.
Vladimir Kudryavtsev considers that the judge — is evidence of the fact that she does not want to do an action considered.
"Do the police have no proof of our guilt. Besides protocol inspection of the administrative offense, they were no more. Not even a seizure of newspapers. Against me no administrative or criminal prosecution. They just stole the newspaper. Before still we did not answer from the police station, where they were sent. In a telephone conversation, they say — the examination, but there is no written confirmation. The judge is looking for formal reasons not to consider the claim. In general, it will be interesting how the police will claim a copy of the protocol. Previously, these requirements were not "- said Vladimir Kudryavtsev.
Vladimir Kudryavtsev went to court to recover from the District Department of Interior 5,000,000 rubles for infringement of moral rights enshrined in the Constitution: the right to freedom of opinion and expression, the right to disseminate complete, reliable and timely information.
Previously, the district prosecutor's office Krichevsky found no grounds for prosecution of members of the local police. Vladimir Kudryavtsev three policemen accused of stealing 297 copies of its publications and obstructing the work of journalists.
The police confiscated the newspaper, holding a courier to her on June 9.
The main theme of the room was arrested article "NTV destroyed the reputation of President Lukashenko" comment; Pavel Sheremet about the scandalous Russian TV movie "The Godfather."
Non-governmental newspaper "Free City" is printed in Smolensk. This publication is not registered. According to the Belarusian legislation in this status must newspaper's circulation is not greater for 299 copies.