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Stanislav Bazarov, a trash blogger, is charged with insulting the feelings of believers

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This is reported by RIA Novosti..

“A case of insulting the feelings of believers and distribution of porn was filed against blogger Stanislav Bazarov, who filmed a half-naked icon,” the agency wrote.

At the same time the Investigative Committee in Moscow detailed that, according to the investigation, on March 28 the young man at home in Zelenograd, pursuing the purpose of desecrating a religious shrine revered by believers, while in a half-naked state, “publicly committed acts expressing obvious disrespect for others, in order to insult the religious feelings of believers. He filmed all of this and then posted it on Telegram for public access.

“A criminal case has been opened against Stanislav Bazarov. He is suspected of committing crimes under Part 1 of Article 148 of the Criminal Code of Russia (violation of the right to freedom of conscience and religion, expressing a clear disrespect for society and committed for the purpose of insulting religious feelings of believers) and Part 3 of Article 242 of the Criminal Code of Russia (illegal production and circulation of pornographic materials or objects),” the department reports.

Earlier Yulia Ivanova, the representative of the Main Investigation Department of the Investigative Committee in Moscow, said that the department opened criminal case of non-payment of taxes for 120 million rubles by blogger Alexandra Mitroshina..

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