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The case for a fake crime in self-isolation brought in Khabarovsk

The case for a fake crime in self-isolation brought in Khabarovsk
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The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Khabarovsk opened an administrative case on the media for disseminating false information. The publication of the news portal spoke about the increased crime rate in the regional capital due to the coronavirus.

According to the press service of the regional Ministry of Internal Affairs, a check of one of the publications established the unreliability of the disseminated information. According to statistics, since the beginning of the year in Khabarovsk there have been 300 registered crimes less than in the same period last year. Thefts and robberies become less. In general, with the introduction of restrictive measures in the city, the number of crimes decreased by 230, compared to the same statistics in 2019.

In relation to the leadership of the media, administrative proceedings were instituted for abuse of freedom of the media. The maximum fine can be up to 500 thousand rubles.

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