A Russian TV worker who protested against the war in Ukraine was arrested

A Russian TV worker who protested against the war in Ukraine was arrested

A Russian TV activist who protested against Russia’s intervention in Ukraine was arrested.

Russian media worker Marina Ovsyannikova has been briefly detained in Moscow for protesting the Russian invasion of Ukraine on live state television in March, according to international media reports.

According to the report, a photo was shared on his Telegram channel about Marina’s detention, in which two police officers can be seen leading Marina to a white van after being detained.

Marina shared photos of herself and 2 dogs on her Facebook page shortly after the post was shared.

Sharing these photos, she wrote that I had just stepped outside the gate to walk the dogs when people in uniform approached me and now I am sitting in the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Krasnoselsky.

Marina reported 3 hours later that she had been released.

“I am at home and everything is fine,” he wrote in a post on his Facebook page.

But now I know that if you go out, it’s always better to carry a suitcase and passport with you, she added.

Marina rose to fame in March after denouncing Russia’s intervention in Ukraine during a live news bulletin from the studios of Russian state TV.

They were also fined after being found guilty of violating protest laws.

Marina’s brief arrest on Sunday followed a July 15 social media post.

In the post, Marina is seen holding a poster, on which Russian President Vladimir Putin is described as a murderer and his soldiers as fascists.

The poster also says how many more babies will die before you stop?

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