Russian TV worker who protested war live on air briefly detained
Russian media employee Marina Ovsyannikova, who staged a protest in opposition to the invasion of Ukraine on dwell state tv in March, was briefly detained in Moscow on Sunday, posts on her social media channels confirmed.
“Marina has been detained,” a put up on her Telegram channel stated, beneath photos of two cops main her in direction of a white van.
Shortly after, Ovsyannikova posted photos of herself and two canines on her Fb web page.
“Went for a walk with the dogs, just stepped outside the gate, people in uniform approached me,” she wrote. “Now I’m sitting in Krasnoselsky ministry of internal affairs,” referring to a police station in a Moscow district.
Three hours later, Ovsyannikova stated she had been launched. “I’m home. Everything is okay,” she wrote on her Fb web page. “But now I know it’s always best to bring a suitcase and passport if you go out.”
Ovsyannikova gained famed in March after bursting right into a studio of Russian state TV, her then employer, to denounce the Ukraine battle throughout a dwell information bulletin.
She was fined after being discovered responsible of flouting protest legal guidelines.
Her transient detention on Sunday adopted July 15 social media posts wherein she is seen with a poster calling Russian President Vladimir Putin a assassin and his troopers fascists. “How many more children must die before you will stop?” the poster learn.
German media outlet Welt employed Ovsyannikova as a correspondent in April. She returned to Russia earlier this month, writing on Fb that she was pressured to return to defend her parental rights in court docket in opposition to her husband. Word News Info