The Investigation Committee rejected a criminal case on hate speech against Alexey Kasyan, an official at the Institute of Linguistics at the Russian Academy of Sciences, to publish it in the Live Journal, said Open Russia lawyer Sergey Badamshin on his Telegram channel .
According to the lawyer, Kasyan was under a written undertaking not to leave the city for six months, but in the end the suit was terminated for lack of corpus delicti.
In October of last year, it became clear that state proficiency found signs of incitement to hostility toward Caucasians, Asians, and Muslims as philologist. In particular, in 2014, when Kasian wrote that the money that Russia "donates to the Chechen obshchak" is used to bribe judges; in 2015, when he recorded "Mene nenovydat for nose fjorm"; and in 2016, after recording Gulchehr Bobokulova, Uzbekistan, who killed a four-year-old girl.
Kasyan is one of the initiators of the Thesis Theology of Russian Journals project, with the objective of exposing magazines of the list of the High Commission of Attestation that plagia and publishes customized articles.
The denunciation of criminal cases for images and republication began after the signing of the law "Amendments to Article 282 of the Penal Code" by Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to the document, citizens should not be held criminally responsible for images and malicious statements unless they represent a serious threat to the foundations of the constitutional system and state security.