In Russia, a court fined a Yakut journalist for saying the word "front" on TV, because the aggressor country is apparently not at war with anyone.
However, the court later closed this case.
This was reported by the Russian publication "Meduza".
The court fined the deputy editor of "Yakutiya.Info" Timofiya Efremov 30,000 rubles.
(about UAH 15,000) for the fact that
he said the phrase: "You can't send a woman to the front"
in a comment on the "Dozhd" TV channel .
The court decided that Efremov's phrase discredits the Russian army.
They explained that the concept of "front" refers to war, and Russia is not conducting a war, but a "special operation".
Therefore, according to the judges, the journalist should have used the official term "contact line".
Later, the Supreme Court of Yakutia
returned the case for reconsideration
, after which the administrative case against the journalist regarding "discrediting the Russian army" was terminated.
Let us remind you that it is interesting that Russian President Vladimir Putin himself used the word "war" in December 2022 when speaking about military operations in Ukraine.
Thus, the dictator hypocritically declared: "Our goal is not to spin this flywheel of a military conflict, but, on the contrary, to end this war, we strive for this and will strive for it."
Immediately after that, Nikita Yuferev, a municipal deputy of St. Petersburg's "Smolninsk" MO, appealed to the Prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation with a demand to open a criminal case against Putin for using the word "war".
However, this obviously did not happen.
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