Editor-in-chief of Khabarovsk newspaper is charged with promoting homosexuality over interview with LGBT activist

posted 15 Nov 2013, 04:49 by Rights in Russia   [ updated 15 Nov 2013, 04:50 ]
13 November 2013 

Source: HRO.org (info
The Russian Federal Press and Communications Agency (Roskomnadzor) plans to go ahead with admininstrative proceedings against Aleksandr Suturin, editor-in-chief of the Khabarovsk newspaper “Molodoi Dalnevostochnik”, for promoting non-traditional sexual relations. According to a post by Suturin on his Facebook page, the authority’s attention was attracted to the newspaper by an interview with Aleksander Ermoshkin, a local LGBT activist. [Read more]