Mother of presidential candidate Dzmitry Uss receives anonymous telephone calls
Anonymous people put psychological pressure on mother of Dzmitry Uss. Euroradio learnt this from the former presidential candidate.
Dzmitry Uss: 'My mother lives alone. She had a telephone call at 10m p.m., allegedly from the Ministry of Internal Affairs. She was told I should appear on an address she doesn’t know. She is 70 years old, she is shocked that these people phone her and come to her. They know where I am registered, where I work, they know my phone numbers. They just want to intimidate my family in such a way.'
At 2 am on 20 December Dmitry Uss was detained a home and guarded to the KGB jail.
'The same night, KGB officers came to my mother at 5 in the morning to detain me. They introduced themselves as the police,' Dzmitry Uss said.
On 10 January, Dzmitry Uss received an order from the
Ministry of Internal Affairs to provide them with a list of his duties as
director of the Trivium firm probably in connection with the initiated
cases. We remind that office of Trivium was searched on 24 December.
Computers, signature sheets for Uss and Statkevich, leaflets and correspondence
with the OSCE were confiscated.