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The reporter Ivan Golunov, one of the best-known and longest-working investigative journalists in Russia, during a Moscow court hearing on Saturday. Moscow law enforcement recently spent fifty-six hours torturing a man. Almost immediately, Moscow reporters mobilized to obtain and disseminate information about his arrest and detention, and, once they did, their audiences were able to observe the situation almost in real time. The victim was one of the family.
Butina, a year-old gun rights advocate living in Washington, D. Butina, who pleaded not guilty, was detained without bail pending trial after prosecutors presented evidence suggesting she had connections to Russian intelligence operatives and was being funded by Russian oligarchs. Her case, which Russian authorities allege is fabricated and politically-motivated, has become the latest in a series of irritants between Washington and Moscow at a time when ties are already languishing at a post-Cold War low over allegations of Russian interference in U.
Calls for the World Cup to be taken from Russia are set to increase dramatically after female fans were forced to be strip-searched by male police officers in Kazan, with the president of the Republic of Tatarstan telling women attending games that they can expect the same treatment at future games. Ekaterina Stepanova took to the internet to describe her horrific ordeal before a match between Rubin Kazan and Spartak Moscow, played in the Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan, at the end of last month. She was told by police at the stadium — after her ticket had already been scanned and she was inside the ground — that the search was necessary as she may have been carrying a bomb.
Several Spartak Moscow fans have claimed police in the World Cup host city of Kazan refused to allow female fans into the stadium for Friday's match against Rubin Kazan unless they stripped for a search. In a blog post which has gone viral among Russian internet users, fan Ekaterina Stepanova says the searches, carried out by male police officers, constituted "humiliation". Female fans were singled out and "required to strip, and that includes being demanded to remove their underwear" for a search lasting up to 10 minutes, she added.
Butina was arrested and detained in Washington DC in July on espionage charges. The year old is accused of acting as an agent of the Russian government without informing the US attorney general. Since her arrest, representatives of the Russian embassy have checked in on Butina, most recently visiting her on Thursday. Butina is being denied walks outdoors, and is strip searched after every visit with lawyers, embassy staff, and acquaintances.
A prominent opposition-linked activist and two others were detained, threatened and strip-searched at Pulkovo Airport in St. Petersburg late Thursday after they refused police demands to stop videotaping an interview inside the arrivals hall. One of them said something like, 'Oh, wouldn't it be easier if we had three corpses [instead of three people]?