Aleksey Moskalev was placed under house arrest because his daughter drew an anti-war drawing in a drawing class at school.
The teachers drew attention to this and called Moskalev to school. Shortly thereafter, Moskalev was fined for an anti-war post on the Odnoklassniki social network, and at the end of this year a criminal case was opened against him.
He himself was under house arrest, and his 13-year-old daughter, who was raised by a man alone, was sent to an orphanage.
Today the verdict to Aleksey Moskalev was announced – 2 years in a general regime prison. However, the defendant was not present at the trial because he escaped from house arrest.
There is only one dubious moment in this story. It is not clear how human rights activists managed to steal Moskalev’s daughter from the orphanage.