Police raid apartments of Brest anti-Fascists
The Brest police searched the private apartments of a number of local anti-Fascist activists and seized several PCs, European Radio for Belarus reports, quoting Belarusian Helsinki Committee human rights activist Valiantsin Lazarenkau.
'The situation has been unfolding for three years already. These are the boys who were beaten in the city's parks, intimidated by the KGB as alleged 'Danish spies', and now they are criminals,' says Mr. Lazarenkau.
'Brest AntiFa' - is an unregistered youth organization, counteracting skinheads and radicals, who draw swastikas on the walls.