In Kamchatka, a doctor told her colleagues that her grandchildren in Ukraine sleep in the corridor due to shelling by Russia: she was immediately reported to the police
In Kamchatka, Russia, a doctor told her colleagues that her grandchildren were suffering in Ukraine from Russian shelling. The doctors recorded her words and immediately reported her.
This was reported by the Russian Telegram channel ASTRA. The doctor was fined for "discrediting" the Russian occupiers.
Otolaryngologist Natalia Yatsenko from the city hospital in Vilyuchynsk was fined 30 thousand rubles for discrediting the Russian army. The complaint against Yatsenko was filed by one of the doctors with whom she discussed personal issues in one of the offices. A colleague of the woman recorded her story about her grandchildren in Ukraine and passed this information to the police.
The court's decision states that the doctor, in the presence of others, expressed the opinion that Russia was an aggressor against Ukraine. She claimed that the Russian armed forces had attacked Ukraine, crossing the border with weapons, in order to seize territory. She also pointed out that Russia has seized land that used to belong to Ukrainians, and her grandchildren sleep in the corridor almost every night. She also expressed the opinion that an antisocial part of the Russian population came to Ukraine and that Ukrainian children are dying because of their illegal actions.
Earlier it was reported that the 82-year-old Russian woman shamed Russian youth for their fear of Putin. The woman also sent the Kremlin dictator "after the Russian ship". She survived the war and poverty. And she believes that now she is experiencing the same thing in Putin's "stable" Russia - hunger and poverty.