Yaraslau Hryshchenia Is No Longer Suspect in Young Front Case

2007 2007-05-03T10:00:00+0300 1970-01-01T03:00:00+0300 en The Human Rights Center “Viasna” The Human Rights Center “Viasna”
The Human Rights Center “Viasna”

According to Nasha Niva newspaper

On the eve of Chernobyl Way action, on 24 April Baranavichy police suspended the criminal case against the youth activist Yaraslau Hryshchenia, who was the sixth suspect in the case that was brought by KGB on the fact of activity of the unregistered organization Young Front, because of lack of evidence.

Nevertheless, on 2 May the guy was summonsed for an interrogation. The policemen asked whether Yaraslau took part in Chernobyl Way rally and whether it was not him who burnt the official state flag there. In four hours he was let go.

Bear in mind that currently five persons are accused in activities on behalf of Young Front: Barys Haretski, Zmiter Khvedaruk, Aleh Korban, Nasta Palazhanka and Aliaksei Yanusheuski.

Today Khvedaruk has been summonsed to Savetski police department of Minsk. He does not rule out the possibility of arrest. Yesterday he was interrogated by KGB concerning the activity of Salihorsk, Zhodzina and Niasvizh branches of Young Front.

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