In Russia, the artist was sent to the colony, who parodied the representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs

A video about a fictional Russian official called “Vitaly Nalivkin prevented a terrorist attack” on September 20 this year published on the YouTube channel BARAKuda. In it, Krivonosova, on behalf of “the official representative of the Ussuriysk region” Marina Wulf, told about the “bag with a bomb” found at the bus stop. As a result, it turned out that there were carrots in it.


Video: BARAKuda / YouTube

Press service of the Ussuriysk district court notedthat the meeting in the Krivonosova case took place on October 19. The judge’s decision is not specified on the website. Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the Primorsky Territory October 20 reported on the verdict of “a 43-year-old local woman who has been repeatedly convicted, accused of evading administrative supervision.”

According to law enforcement officers, in April 2017, the convict was released on parole from the correctional institution of the Khabarovsk Territory, where she was serving a sentence for deliberate infliction of grievous bodily harm. Last August the court established administrative supervision against Krivonosova due to the fact that she “began to commit violations that infringe on public order and security. “

The author of the videos about the official Nalivkin, Andrey Klochkov, in an interview with the TV and radio company, said that the security forces needed to find an official pretext to justify the arrest.


The Ussuriysk court arrested Andrei Neretin, who played the role of Nalivkin’s deputy, for five days in June last year, the newspaper wrote “Kommersant”… He was detained on the street, allegedly for obscene language. The next day he was found guilty under Part 2 of Art. 20.1 (petty hooliganism associated with disobedience to police officers) of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation. After the release of the video with the participation of Krivonosova, he was arrested on this charge for two days.



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