The Investigative Committee refused to initiate a criminal case on the justification of Nazism against Sergey Dustin from Kaliningrad. On May 9, he laid flowers on the GI international grave in Baltiysk. Dustin announced this on his page on Facebook.
Psychological, politological, and linguistic research has shown that the phrases said by Dustin on the video of laying the flowers do not contain "information about the days of military glory and memorable dates in Russia expressing clear disrespect for society." Experts found that the resident of Kaliningrad had expressed no desecration of Russia's military glory. As a result, the Investigative Committee refused to initiate criminal proceedings.
- I have seen a lot of responses from law-enforcement agencies, the Prosecutor's office, and the Investigative Committee. The most complete and reasonable expert opinion is presented this time. They could have replied formally, but it is clear that the check was carried out efficiently. I am satisfied, - Sergey Dustin commented to the correspondent of 7x7.
On May 9, activist of the Yabloko Party Sergey Dustin laid flowers in front of the monument at the GI international grave in Baltiysk, Kaliningrad Oblast. More than 13.5 thousand people, including Wehrmacht soldiers, prisoners of the Forsteil Stalag, and passengers of the Wilhelm Gustloff Liner sunk by a Soviet submarine, are buried there. On May 13, Alexander Bastrykin, the chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, instructed to "take a legal treatment" of the actions of the resident of Kaliningrad for possible misrepresentation of the historical events of the Great Patriotic War.
Ekaterina Medvedeva, «7х7»