Anti-war protesters confuse live Russian television news
Story: The English and Russian signs say, “There is no war. Stop the war. Don’t believe the promotion. They are lying to you here.” Another phrase that looks like “Russian against war” has been partially obscured. An unusual objection was filed on the 19th day of the war, which began on February 24 when Russia invaded Ukraine in what was called a special military operation. The female protesters could hear the screams as the news anchor continued to read from her teleprompter. The woman was named by the independent protest surveillance group OVD-Info and the Agora Human Head. Rights group as Marina Ovsyannikova, an employee of the channel. Pavel Chikov, head of Agora, said she was arrested and taken to a police station in Moscow. Citing law enforcement sources, Tass said it could be prosecuted under a law prohibiting damaging military credibility.