He did not admit guilt.
The May Day Court of Krasnodar arrested rapper Husky (Dmitry Kuznetsov) for 12 days, he was found guilty of petty hooliganism (part 1 of article 20.1 of the Administrative Code) The live broadcast from the meeting was led by Mediazon.
Judge Victoria Glushenko reclassified the protocol from part 2 of article 20.1 of the Administrative Code to part 1 of the same article. Thus she excluded the composition of disobeying the order of the police.
The Huskies made up three administrative protocols. The rapper was charged with the illegal organization of the mass stay of citizens in public places, petty hooliganism, associated with disobedience to the legal demand of a representative of the authorities, as well as refusal to undergo a medical examination.
The rapper did not admit guilt. He said that the police simply grabbed his legs and pulled him off the car without introducing himself or making any demands.
Появляются подробности про “поврежденную” машину – вчера какой-то тип, сказал, что машина его и она повреждена, но сегодня оказалась, что машина принадлежит женщине. Хаски готов компенсировать вред, если он есть.
— ядерный потанцевал (@polinanem) November 22, 2018
In court, Husky said he was ready to pay the fine and compensate for the damage. He also asked not to assign him an administrative arrest because of concerts in other cities. According to lawyer Natalia Zhdanovich, the rapper has a pregnant wife.
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]I would like to ask you for mercy. I was put in such a situation: I felt a debt to the people who bought the tickets, so I did. We already had two concerts: in Rostov, in Krasnodar.[/perfectpullquote]
While waiting in the courtroom, the journalists brought a bag of yoghurt and cookies, and distributed food to each other and the audience. Patrolmen were also allowed to take a selfie with a rapper – a line formed for him, they write“Yuga.ru”.
Earlier, on November 22, RBC reported that a criminal case had been opened against Husky under Part 1 of Article 167 of the Criminal Code (willful destruction or damage to someone else’s property, causing significant damage). Neither the lawyers nor the musician’s manager confirmed this.
For two days, Husky concerts were canceled in Krasnodar and Volgograd. According to Lenti.ru, the cancellation of Husky’s concerts is related to the request of an unnamed deputy addressed to the head of the Interior Ministry Vladimir Kolokoltsev to check the work of the artist. According to the source of the publication, Kolokoltsev sent a request to the “E” Center, which revealed signs of extremism in the Husky songs. Before the concerts, the police warned the rapper several times about possible violations, but he allegedly refused to respond to the comments.
Huskies were detained on the evening of November 21 near the club where his concert was to be held. The rapper climbed onto the car near the club and began to perform “Ay”, but at some point he was “pulled off, pushed into the car, did not introduce himself, nothing, and was simply taken away.”