The second defendant in the «case on March 26,» received one and a half years in prison

© RIA Novosti / Vitaly to Belowaverage in fotobounce on the door of the crate to the dock. Archival photoThe second defendant in the «case on March 26,» received one and a half years in prison© RIA Novosti / Vitaly to Belowaverage the image Bank

The Tver court of Moscow on Wednesday handed down the second verdict in a major case of attacks on security forces at an unsanctioned rally in Moscow March 26: carpenter-cabinetmaker Alexander Shpakov has received 1,5 years of a General regime colony, the correspondent of RIA Novosti news from the courtroom.

«The court finds defendant Shpakova guilty of using violence against a representative of authorities», — said the judge.

The defendants pleaded guilty, his case was considered in a special order. During the meeting, carpenter apologized to the policeman, who took them and asked the court not to send the offender to the colony.

Meanwhile, the Prosecutor demanded to send to two years in prison. In General, the sanction of article provides till five years of imprisonment.

The first verdict in this case, the court ruled against Yuri Koulia, who received eight months of a colony-settlements. Another defendant, Stanislav Zimovets, will appear before court on may 29. Just as in the case, according to the latest data, it takes five people.

Protests were held March 26, in several cities of Russia, some of them were not agreed with local authorities. Not authorized the event was held on March 26 and in the center of Moscow. On Tverskaya street and the adjacent territories, according to police estimates, there were about 7-8 thousand people.

According to the interior Ministry, about 500 people were detained. After a while most of the detainees were released from police departments, some of the offenders were punished with fines or arrest, and five people reportedly became involved in the case.

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