More than 200 people were detained at the unauthorized protest, providing a harsh coda to the elation of journalists and other supporters of Ivan Golunov after Russia's interior minister announced the unprecedented move to drop the charges and seek punishment for the police officers involved.
Golunov, who reported on corruption and press censorship, was arrested last week and accused of drug dealing, in what his lawyers and press freedom advocates say were fabricated charges after police planted fake evidence.
Wednesday's march was initially called to press for the release of Golunov who was then suddenly freed, with the charges against him dropped, on the eve of the rally following several days of public outrage.
Demonstrators came out onto the streets demanding an investigation into the detention and beating of investigative journalist Ivan Golunov. "We demand that hundreds of thousands of (criminal) cases where people are sitting in prison unfairly now be reviewed".
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Under Russian law, the time and place of protests involving more than one person need to be agreed with the authorities in advance.
An estimated 1,000 to 2,000 people took part in the peaceful demonstration, marching through central Moscow.
The ombudswoman also noted that President Vladimir Putin had been informed about all the details of the case and had given all necessary instructions.
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Before the police backed down, almost 25,000 people had signed up to a Facebook page expressing their intention to take part in a protest march on Wednesday in solidarity with Golunov.
While welcoming Golunov's release, a spokeswoman for the European Union on foreign affairs said the trend in Russian Federation with regard to media freedom "remains worrying". Some wore T-shirts reading "I am/We are Ivan Golunov", the headline used by three national newspapers amid a public outcry over the case.
The march stopped near the Moscow police headquarters, the apparent source of frustration for those present, and the primary force behind Golunov's arrest.
A member of workers from German magazine Der Spiegel become as soon as held as successfully as journalists from Vedomosti and Echo Moscow Radio.
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Sergei Udaltsov, a left-wing political activist, said the Golunov case was an important moment. In the second city of Saint Petersburg, around 100 people massed in the city centre, urging authorities to release victims of police abuse like respected historian Yury Dmitriyev. During his two decades in power, Putin has silenced most of his critics.