Сообщение опубликовано: 31.10.2012
Сообщение опубликовано: 31.10.2012
Now the political prisoner will be able to receive medicine and warm clothes for winter.
Aliaksandr Dziadok, the father of the political prisoner Mikalai Dziadok, told the charter97.org web-site about that:
“Mikalai remains in the cell type premises. The only thing is that he could find an agreement with the administration over medical parcels. Now he will be able to receive all the necessary medicine. Also clothing parcels were allowed for him. So he will have warm clothes for the winter”.
“Everything is good with the son’s health, he does not fall sick, does sports”, – Aliaksandr Dziadok pointed out.
According to the political prisoner’s father, the court hasn’t so far considered the application for Mikalai Dziadok to get back his Charnobyl certificate: “So far the refusal of the issue of a Charnobyl certificate has not been applied against, the court plays for time. Last time the court told that it was postponing the session for an uncertain period of time. Allegedly because of the judge being busy. Concrete reasons were not announced”. (more…)
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In August, Pyotr Silayev was arrested in Granada, Spain by anti-terrorist special forces. He was then moved to Madrid, where the Audiencia Nacional was to make a decision about his extradiction to Russia. All this based on charges stemming from a demonstration organized by anti-fascists and enviromentalists against the city administration of Khimki, Moscow region. He was released after 8 days, but he is still stuck in Spain, pending the decision of his extradiction to Russia. In the article below, he goes back to the events of autumn of 2010, in order to explain why he should not be extradicted to Russia.
I was asked to write about my time in a Spanish prison, but I have not much more to say, except that every second I praised the lord that I am not in a Russian prison.
In Spain, we criss-crossed the concrete floor every day together with drug dealers and robbers. We played ping-pong and black jack, chewed apples, but my thoughts were far away. I was thinking about the hell covered in eternal snow, which is the Možaisk remand prison; where bandits and villains want to torment me for the following 13 years. (more…)
18th of October, lenta.ru news service transmitted that judge refused to sentence defendants of the so called “Antifa-RASH” case in Nizhni Novgorod. Judge Olga Koloverova demanded police to reinvestigate the case, in order to exclude contradictions, which are currently obvious.
According to the prosecution, participators of the extremist society “Antifa-RASH” planned to overthrow constitutional order and to establish anarchy. According to defendants, this is a fictional organisation made out by the political police force “E center”, and it never existed.
Three persons were accused in the court – Pavel Krivonosov, Dmitri Kolesov and Oleg Gembaruk. Besides these, Albert Gaynutdinov and Artyom Bystrov are suspects, they are under arrest warrant and their current location is unknown. All accused claim that they hardly knew each other before the case.
According to prosecution, Albert Gaynutdinov set up an extremist society alone, and then recruited others. Activists of the organisation planned to attack against “social groups of well-off citizens” and “skinhead football hooligans”. Prosecution did not provided a single expertise, according to which such social groups exist in the sense, which is required by Russian anti-extremist laws, which are sanctioning first of all “instigating hatred against national, religious or social groups”. (more…)
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