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A Moscow court ruled late Wednesday that both were guilty of calling for unsanctioned protests when they re-tweeted Navalny's video. The judge said the tweets aimed to "create a negative image of one of the presidential candidates." Yarmysh was sentenced to five days in custody, Shaveddinov to eight.