It shows students in the kitchen discussing Ukraine, Russia and their teachers. In the background of the film, the teenagers placed photos of Vladimir Putin and Adolf Hitler. The video was also published in a group that includes 26 high school students.
The police confirmed that the students “are making statements aimed at discrediting the Russian armed forces. They are arguing about the political situation in the country and on the territory of Ukraine.” Both students were accused of discrediting the Russian army.
After the students were denounced, Goworowa was harassed by the students and their parents. Angry comments began to appear under her posts on WKontakte, as a result of which she had to close her profile. The high school has disabled comments on its profile.
One of the graduates told us: – It is obvious that Goworowa is a staunch supporter of the “special military operation”, but even for a person with such beliefs to complain to the police about the opinion of the students whose interests and safety she is supposed to protect, expressed in a private conversation, is vile and low act. I couldn’t ignore it and I wrote to her what I thought about her.-
After these events, the 82nd high school in Nizhny Novgorod updated its regulations. Now students are officially prohibited from discrediting the Russian armed forces, the Russian government, officials and the high school principal. Additionally, the rules prohibit the use of Nazi symbols and participation in public associations “whose goals or activities are intended to undermine state security.”