Brutally beaten Andrei Mouchan called to police

2012 2012-05-28T19:33:38+0300 1970-01-01T03:00:00+0300 en The Human Rights Center “Viasna” The Human Rights Center “Viasna”
The Human Rights Center “Viasna”

Andrei Mouchan, an activist of European Belarus civil campaign beaten by police officers, has been called to a city police department of the Pershamaiski district.

“I received a call from the chief of the city police department on Uruchskaya Street. He told me I should appear in his office at 6 pm. He did not say why. But I must come,” Andrei Mouchan said to Radio Svaboda.

The democratic activist complains he feels bad. “I don't feel fine. I still have headaches. I went to a local polyclinic on Saturday, but only a duty medical officer. He just prolonged a sick-leave certificate. I am going to the polyclinic now.”

Mouchan was discharged from hospital and sent to get treatment in a polyclinic on May 25. The discharge summary says he has only a mild head injury. The summary does not mention fractures of the lower jaw and ribs and injuries from blows to kidneys and legs.


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