Man In Russia Decides To Blaspheme Christianity, He Goes Into A Church And Starts Playing Pokemon Go, The Russian Police Arrest Him And He Is Sentenced To Five Years In Prison


By Theodore Shoebat

A man in Russia deliberately wanted to be blasphemous and sacrilegious, so he entered a church and started playing Pokemon Go. The police arrested him, and now he is being facing five years in prison. I did a whole video on this:


According to the report:

Russian vlogger Ruslan Sokolovsky is facing five years in prison after posting a video on YouTube last month of himself playing Pokemon Go in church.

Sokolovsky, who is in his early 20s, posted thevideo on August 11. With more than 1 million views so far, the video was shot in Yekaterinburg’s Church of All Saints as his response to news that people catching Pokemon in churches could be fined or imprisoned.

On Saturday, the Investigative Committee of Russia issued a statement that the Sokolovsky has been accused of “incitement of hatred or hostility, and humiliation of human dignity.”

Sokolovsky will be detained until November 1, while the case is under investigation.

“The penalty for the most serious of these offences is…up to 5 years in prison,” the statement reads.

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