Mikola Bianko summonsed to Maskouski District Police Department of Minsk

2011 2011-02-09T18:05:28+0200 1970-01-01T03:00:00+0300 en

Mikola Bianko, a journalist with Radio Racyja, received a telephone call from a man who introduced himself as police major Aliaksandr Vasiliievich. He asked where the activist lived in Homel and said that the police wanted to take his fingerprints.

‘I had been already interrogated on 24 January. I had a ‘talk’ there as a witness in the criminal case concerning the ‘mass riot’. No minutes were composed. That’s why this time I advised them to issue me with a writ at the place of my residence and specify there that I was really summonsed under the law on dactilography of persons liable to military service, not as a witness in a criminal case,’ commented the journalist.

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