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MOSCOW, April 6. /TASS/. Russia's Investigative Committee has detained a man suspected of calls for mass unrest in downtown Moscow on April 2, Yuliya Ivanova, the senior assistant to the director of the Committee's Moscow City branch told TASS.
"Investigators and police officers promptly tracked down and detained a man, born in 1992, suspected of the abovesaid crime.
On March 29, an Internet user operating under an assumed name called to mass disorders in downtown Moscow on April 2. Ivanova said the investigators had done searches in the man's apartment, in the course of which they confiscated many computers and gadgets he used for circulating information, as well as other possessions related to the subject of the case.