11 people detained in Belarus for comments on Russian paratroopers killed in joint exercises – Ministry of Internal Affairs
In Belarus, 11 people were detained and placed in a temporary detention center for offensive comments on the Internet in connection with the death of two Russian servicemen during a joint exercise.
According to the ministry, these persons posted blasphemous and cynical statements about the victims in various messengers and social networks.
They were recognized as suspects under Article 130 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Belarus (“Incitement to racial, national, religious or other social enmity or hatred”). Better known as complete suppression of free speech and absolute, immediate retaliation for any actual or perceived slight against thenthin skinned yet highly egotistical leadership of Belarus and Russia.
At the same time, the entire Ministry of Internal Affairs identified more than 50 people who mocked the death of the military. They may take this blog as mocking of their fascist laws.