Sure thing, as I said it states the other way round.http://www.ukru.ru/code/09/213/index.htm
Official law. It clearly states that the accusation under 213/2 works fine, not under 213/1A or 213/1B.
Large changes were made since 11 of March 2011 (before the whole Pussy riot story), which means that you need to use the relevant law version.
So when you run out of arguments you yet again use ad hominem?
Ahh yes my mistake on the change - lets look at the law - (3rd translation)
Article 213. Hooliganism
1. Hooliganism, that is a gross violation of the public order, expressing a clear disrespect for society, committed:
a) the use of weapons or objects used as weapons;
b) on the grounds of political, ideological, racial, ethnic or religious hatred or enmity or hatred or enmity towards any social group -
punishable by a fine of three hundred thousand to five hundred thousand rubles or the salary or other income for a period of two to three years, or by compulsory works for a period of one hundred eighty to two hundred forty hours, or by corrective labor for up to two years, or imprisonment for up to five years.
2. The same act committed by a group of persons by prior conspiracy or by an organized group or associated with resistance to authorities or to any other person acting for the protection of public order or suppress violations of public order -
punishable by a fine of five hundred thousand to one million rubles or the salary or other income for a period of three to four years, or imprisonment for up to seven years.
So sure, let's say that the law doesn't mention the use of weapons (which i does) and let's say a semi-colon does not "(1) to establish a close connection between two sentences or independent clauses"" but we're in pretend Russian law now, so lets just strike Article 213(a) from Russian Criminal Code.
How does jumping up and down in a public place saying "Patriarch Gundyaev believes in Putin,” and "belt of the Virgin is no substitute for mass-meetings" (which is heard in the source event) - how can doing that be in any way shape or form be considered "religious hatred" ?!? And how can "witnesses" (there were more than a few) claim they were injured when they were not even present?
At best this is disorderly conduct, or violating the established procedure for arranging or conducting a meeting, rally, demonstration, procession or picket,” which is clearly in Russian Law.