A Russian columnist who completed prominent examinations concerning debasement has been captured in Moscow.

Ivan Golunov, a 36-year-old correspondent for the Latvia-based news site Meduza, was kept by police on Thursday and blamed for huge scale medication managing.

His attorney asserted that he had been beaten while in care and that the medications were planted on him, yet the specialists deny this.

Meduza said he was “being abused in light of his journalistic action”.

Golunov is expected in court in south-west Moscow on Saturday morning. He showed up in a video clasp presented via web-based networking media on Friday night at 20:05 nearby time (18:05 BST).

He has over and again uncovered defilement among Moscow’s prominent representatives and its political first class, just as deceitful budgetary plans in the city.

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“We will discover by whose will Vanya [Golunov] is being sought after, and we will make this data open,” Meduza’s chief Galina Timchenko and manager Ivan Kolpakov said. “We will ensure our columnist by every single accessible mean.”

They included that he had gotten dangers in the course of the most recent couple of months, regarding an up ’til now unpublished story he has been chipping away at.

His capture started dissents in Moscow and St Petersburg, and in excess of twelve individuals – for the most part individual writers – were supposedly kept and later discharged.

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Victor Shenderovich, a Russian writer and humorist, is confined while holding a sign that peruses: ‘Free Ivan Golunov’

As of late numerous restriction figures and human rights activists have been confined on clearly created medications charges, which are broadly observed as an endeavor to subdue political difference.


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