Brest: KGB is looking for authors of leaflets of missing Belarusian politicians

2015 2015-03-05T18:15:38+0300 2015-03-05T18:15:38+0300 en http://spring96.org/files/images/sources/biar-salid-palit-1.gif The Human Rights Center “Viasna” The Human Rights Center “Viasna”
The Human Rights Center “Viasna”

The police have detained and questioned social activist Siarhei Sukhaverkhau about the leaflets that had been posted in Pinsk to remind the citizens about the fate of the well-known opposition activists who had been kidnapped.

According to Mr. Sukhaverkhau, he was detained at the entrance of the block of flats where he lived, after which he was taken to the police station. The police asked him about the origin of the leaflets.

As it follows from the documents, shown to Siarhei Sukhaverkhi, the case on the distribution of the leaflets is controlled by the KGB. The policemen confirmed this fact and said that
were urged to ascertain all the circumstances of this case as soon as possible.

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