The security police (DP), the pro-Kyrgyz activist Alexander Gaponenko, also accuses national hatred and aid to a foreign country, the LETA agency said.
According to Gaponenko, DP said in a press release that DP on August 6 encouraged prosecution after the three articles of the Criminal Law, namely, an act intentionally aimed at causing national, ethnic or racial hatred or dishonorment through an automated data processing system.
It is also suggested that a person be accused of an action directed against the sovereignty, sovereignty, territorial integrity, state power or state machinery of Latvia, as well as aid to Latvia abroad.
Upon detention, the DP stated that the person was only detained in accordance with Criminal Law as an act against the sovereignty, sovereignty, territorial integrity, state power or state machinery of Latvia.
Now in the press release of the OP that on 4 April the criminal procedure revealed that the person continued to act with the aim to damage the Latvian state and help the foreign state to oppose the security of the Latvian state. Strange name not available.
Similarly, it was established during criminal proceedings that a person has long been engaged in promoting and provoking national and ethnic hatred or inactivity between different national groups that exist in Latvian society through the use of an automated data processing system.
The court of Gaponenko was arrested on April 21 and he is still in prison. On 23 August, the court will consider whether it is necessary to continue with Gaponenko to apply for a prison sentence, assured his assistant Imma Janson.
Gaponenko is not the only criminal case. It has already been reported that the Vidzeme District Court of Riga will review a criminal case on 21 September, in which Gaponenko was accused of causing national hatred and intolerance.
In the opinion of the public prosecutor, on 27 February 2015, the defendant published deliberate written comments on Facebook using his profile, knowing that their content is aimed at provoking national hatred and hostility towards Letten representatives, Lithuanians and Estonians.
Last year's activity report from the OP stated that the activities of Gaponenko in 2017 were subordinate to the acquisition of subsidies from Russian organizations. It was chaotic and seemingly subjective, and expressed in the Russian media and the creation of publications on the basis of false or contradictory facts, thereby reducing the efforts of other Russian compatriots in Latvia to separate from their activities. were observed. Similarly, Gaponenko's attempts to disorganize the association "Latvian Russian Community" (LKK) were observed.
Similarly, the OP stated in its report that the most public activities in the field of distribution of Russian historical awareness were subordinate to the so-called "Victory Day" celebrations on 9 May. Russian political activist Margarita Dragilė organized together with his colleagues Gaponenko and Elizabeth Krivcov a custody of the historical memory of Russia on 9 May in Riga.
one of the central events of the Immortal Regiment & # 39 ;, which is widely adopted outside the borders of Russia as an ideological instrument of Russian humanitarian influence.
In addition to practical Russian humanitarian activities, Russian compatriots were also enthusiastic about participating in Russia's information campaigns aimed at Latvia. In DP assessment, Gaponenko was usually poorly informed.