French diplomat prohibited to draw at Savchenko's trial. PHOTO

Representative of the French diplomacy in Russia was asked to show drawings she made during trial over Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko in the Russian court.

As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by Mediazona.

A special forces operative in a mask made a comment to the first secretary of French Embassy in Russia Mathilde de Germain for drawing during the trial.

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The judge then asked her to show the drawings and announced that it was prohibited to take pictures and draw in the court room. Germain said she had seen drawings from Russian courts before and wasn't aware it was prohibited.

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Lawyer Nikolai Polozov noted there was no norm in the Criminal Code of Russia that prohibited to draw in a court room. The judge in his turn asked to show the norm allowing doing that.

The diplomat refused to show her drawings to the judge and the session renewed.

The drawings by Mathilde de Germain made during Savchenko's trial.Источник: https://en.censor.net.ua/p357922