Opposition superficial Alexei Navalny pronounced on Tuesday his e-mail and Twitter comment have been hacked into.
“It was apparently [done] by a computers and iPads seized during a search,” Navalny wrote on his LiveJournal blog in a early hours of Tuesday morning.
“This is a Investigative Committee for you,” he said.
Police raided a apartments of a dozen antithesis leaders forward of a mass criticism opposite President Vladimir Putin progressing this month.
A series of pornographic entries seemed on Navalny’s Twitter overnight.
The FBI-style physique discharged Navalny’s allegations as “untrue.”
“The swelling by A[lexei] Navalny of fake information is seen by a Investigative Committee as pressure, and attempts to disprove a investigation,” it pronounced in a press release.
Navalny, a owner of a anti-graft website Rospil and shareholder rights campaigner, is one of several activists being investigated in propinquity to clashes between protesters and military on eve of President Putin’s May 7 lapse to a Kremlin for a third term. He spent 15 days in jail final month on protest-related charges.
Navalny was also systematic to news to officials for doubt on Tuesday over dual rallies in December, Navalny’s spokeswoman, Anna Veduta, wrote on her Twitter account.
On Monday, Navalny was inaugurated to a house of a state-controlled airline Aeroflot.