Detainees at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow were accused of holding a rally

On two detainees at the rally in memory of the victims of the shooting in Orlando at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow drew up a report under article about violation of the procedure of the public event. This was announced by the employee of Abdullabekov Islam, which was one of the detainees.

This, he said, is about part 2 of article 20.2 of the administrative code “Organization or a public event without filing in the prescribed manner notice of the public event”.

Currently, the two detainees are released. In the near future, according to Abdullabekova, needs to be a trial that will determine their punishment for the alleged violation. Part 2 of article 20.2 of the administrative code provides administrative fine of up to 30 thousand rubles, or obligatory works for the term up to 50 hours or administrative arrest for up to ten days.

As previously told Abdullabekov, on Sunday they came to the American Embassy in Moscow to put a poster with the words “Love wins” (“Love wins”) and light candles. “The police immediately took in hand and carried in the car, allegedly for uncoordinated action. We just wanted to Express my condolences in connection with the murder of people and did not intend any political action to make,” he said.

On Sunday, Muscovites brought flowers to the U.S. Embassy in Moscow in memory of the victims of the shooting at a popular gay club Pulse in Orlando. On the fence near the Embassy hung a multi-colored letters that form the words “stronger than hate” and next to the fence, put “rainbow” flag.

Shooting in Orlando occurred on a Sunday morning. Killing 50 people, including the attacker. Responsibility for the attack on the club was assumed banned in Russia and several countries of the world terrorist group “Islamic state”. Shooting suspect 29-year-old resident of Afghan origin Omar Matina.