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Crimean court convicts citizen of Yalta for two years suspended sentence for anti-Russian ideas

Larysa Kytaiska cannot leave occupied Yalta for two years
17:50, 26 December 2017

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Yalta City Court convicted Larysa Kytaiska, the citizen of Ukraine for two years of a suspended sentence and banned her from leaving the city for the posts in the social network as the Crimean human rights group reported.

According to the decision of the Russian court in annexed Crimea, Kytaiska was found guilty of the actions that incitement hatred or enmity and violate the human dignity.

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The case against the citizen of Yalta was opened by the FSB in August 2016. She was accused of an expansion of the anti-Russian ideas in the Internet. The law enforcers held searches at her house in July 2016 and then detained her. The Prosecutor’s Office of Crimea began the investigation due her illegal detention and violation of the immunity of residence.

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Kytaiska is sure that the case against her is politically motivated and it appeared because of her anti-Russian attitude.

 

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