The court did not allow the offended activist to punish Garik Kharlamov

The court did not allow the offended activist to punish Garik Kharlamov



An activist offended by Kharlamov’s content did not get his accounts blocked

The Lyublinsky District Court of Moscow returned without consideration the claim to the head of the religious group "Brotherhood of Morozov-Zlatoust" Alexander Morozov. The plaintiff demanded to block the pages of comedian Garik Kharlamov on social networks, oblige him to delete controversial publications and publicly read out the court decision six times in a row.

Morozov, whose organization had previously repeatedly tried to sue media figures, named Kharlamov himself as defendants, as well as two legal entities representing the platforms on which the comedian posted content. The plaintiff stated that they “undermine traditional cultural, religious, and historical values.”

The court refused to consider the claim due to non-compliance with the requirements of the procedural law. Morozov decided to appeal.

Earlier, TV presenter Vladimir Solovyov had complaints against the showman; the reason was Kharlamov’s song about "some kind of plan". Soloviev threatened the comedian with being sent to the Northern Military District as part of a propaganda team.



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