Russian justice sentenced the leader of human rights activism Oleg Orlov to prison

El activista en favor de los derechos humanos Oleg Orlov deberá pasar dos años y medio en una cárcel rusa por las acusaciones de “desacreditar el Ejército ruso”. Es su segunda sentencia desde que empezó en 2022 la guerra en Ucrania. Su primera condena, por un artículo crítico publicado a finales del mismo año, le supuso una multa de 1.500 euros. En esa fecha se libró de entrar en prisión gracias a testigos a su favor y su edad, 70 años, que le permitieron eludir la pena de cárcel.

Source: Informacion

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