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#Belarus: Updates on belarusian anarchist partizans

Belarus. At the moment, it is known that Ihar Alinevich and Dzmitry Dubovski admit their participation in the partisan group, and openly tell investigators about their revolutionary views. Ihar Alinevich says that he did what he thought was necessary.

Originally published by ABC Belarus.

Dzmitry Dubovski’s position is not fully understood at the moment. He speaks about his revolutionary views and gives detailed explanations of the reasons for what he did politically. On the other hand, judging by the video from the cops, Dmitry talks about the role of all the group members in various attacks.

It is known that Dzmitry Rezanovich and Sergei Romanov refuse to talk to the investigation at all. We are trying to clarify why Dubovsky is testifying against Dmitry and Sergey. Updates will be available in the near future.

None of the detainees were tortured. In the KGB pre-trial detention center itself, the anarchists are not pressured.

We want to remind that anarchists Ihar Alinevich, Dzmitry Dubovski, Dzmitry Rezanovich and Sergey Romanov were arrested at night of 29-30 October on the territory near Ukrainian border. Dubovsky and Olinevich admitted to participation in direct actions in Soligorsk and Mozyr. Everyone is accused of part 3 of article 289 of the Criminal Code of Bashkortostan and article 295 (illegal arms trafficking) of the Criminal Code of Bashkortostan.

You can support prisoners with money through ABC-Belarus or solidarity actions! Addresses for letters are available in the section “Prisoners of Belarus” on our website (https://abc-belarus.org/?cat=936&lang=en). Letters can be sent via the online form – https://abc-belarus.org/?page_id=8682&lang=en.

ABC Belarus, November 6, 2020.



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