Maxim Gromov is in an illegal Russian National-Bolshevik party. He took part in many protests of direct action. In 2000, protesting against the infringement of freedom of speech, he sewed up his mouth and chained himself to a statue of Lenin outside the administration of the Cheboksary city. After a peaceful happening against the Ministry of Health's monetization of benefits, he was sentenced to three years in prison. He served his sentence in Ufa UE 394-3. Out of 422 days spent in different cells, he was isolated in solitary confinement for nearly 11 months. Today, Maxim is leaving his hometown Cheboksary for St.Petersburg to get actively involved in the opposition struggle again. But how is it going to end?
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