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    The Ministry of Internal Affairs added Marina Ovsyannikova, ex-employee of Channel One, to the wanted list

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    The former editor of Channel One, Marina Ovsyannikova, accused of spreading fakes about the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, was added to the wanted list of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs.

    “Ovsyannikova Marina Vladimirovna, born June 19, 1978. Place of birth: Ukrainian SSR, city of Odessa. Wanted under the article of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation,” the register says.

    ) that Ovsyannikova, who was under house arrest, together with her 11-year-old daughter, “hid in an unknown direction.”

    According to him, the girl had been living with her mother since the end of August and did not attend school. The child went to visit Ovsyannikova and from there did not return to his father. On October 3, the man filed a complaint with the police demanding the return of his daughter. “After the disappearance of my daughter, I applied to the authorities,” Ovsyannikov told RT.

    The case of fakes

    On July 15, Ovsyannikova held a solo picket on Sofiyskaya embankment right next to the Kremlin. Next to her, she laid out children’s toys smeared with red paint resembling blood, and on the poster she wrote words of criticism against the Russian authorities.

    After the picket, Ovsyannikova was accused of spreading fakes about the Russian army, the Moscow court sent her under house arrest until October 9.

    In August, the house of a journalist was searched . Moreover, according to lawyer Dmitry Zakhvatov, “the security forces refused to wait for the defender and broke into the house.”

    So, in late July, she was fined 50 thousand rubles a statement about a special operation at the Basmanny Court on the day of the arrest of the municipal deputy Ilya Yashin (recognized as an individual foreign agent). On August 8, the journalist was fined 40,000 rubles for a post on a social network. She sold her golden retriever puppy to pay for her administrative fines.

    Poster on air

    Ovsyannikova became widely known after she broke into the studio of Channel One during a live broadcast on March 14 with an anti-war poster. At that time, a protocol was drawn up against the journalist under the article on organizing a public event without prior notice (Part 2, Article 20.2 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation), she was fined 30,000 rubles for “violating the rules for holding a public event.”

    After the incident, Ovsyannikova resigned and moved to Germany, where she became a correspondent for Die Welt. At the end of July, she decided to return to Russia to participate in the trial of the fate of her 11-year-old daughter. She clarified that she could not agree with her husband working for RT to take their common daughter abroad.

    “It was a unique experience in free journalism. Thanks to the Die Welt team for supporting me during such a difficult time. Time flew by unnoticed. Our three-month contract has ended. I continue to move on,” she wrote on social networks.

    ) called to ban her entry into the country. “Moral dilemma. Which prison should I go to? Russian or Ukrainian? – asked the ex-editor of the Russian TV channel in one of the social networks.

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