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345 criminal cases were initiated on crimes related to protests. Mostly these are cases of violence or threat to police officers. Many already sentenced to jail time. And… Zero cases initiated about violence, torture, rape and murders
A woman from Minsk was fined for an orange tape in the window – Judge thought it was white-red-white and found her guilty for protesting in her own apartment. The woman was fined 870 rubles [$335]
Solidarity demonstrations by Belarusian diasporas in Düsseldorf, Minneapolis, Toruń and Vilnius
Solidarity by Belarusian medics with Artsiom Sarokin who shared information that Raman Bandarenka was sober at the time of beating. Lukashenka on multiple occasions stated that he was drunk (for him it’s ok to kill drunk). Right after the publication Artsiom was arrested
59 people who were arrested during a concert were transferred to Zhodzina prison including artists. When and how the trials will take place on them is still unknown.
Residents of Novaya Borovaya apartment complex peacefully protest and remind the delegates of All Belarusian People’s Assembly that they are serving the dictator, not the people “You hate your country!” “You are the shame!” “You are not with people!”
Even though you can get a fine and even jail time for displaying anything in
white-red-white colors, people still do it
Homiel, a vehicle with so-called “Luhansk People’s Republic”. By the law Belarusian border police cannot let this car enter the territory of Belarus (same goes with DPR/LPR passports), only Ukrainian passports/number plates work. Still unknown how did it get inside
Minsk IT specialist Maxim Nikolsky was sentenced to 7 days in jail for white-red-white clothes on the balcony. Maxim is about to get married, so he asked for a fine. However, now the programmer will be released one day before the ceremony
The singer LEAR, who was detained at the RSP concert last Saturday, was sentenced to 15 days in jail
Member of the band “RSP” Pavel Gorodnitsky was sentenced to 15 days in jail too. In total there are 59 people who participated in that concert. All of them are most likely will end up in jail
10 more arrested protesters are recognized as political prisoners. In total there are 256 political prisoners.
Mazyr: It is impossible to defeat the one who does not give up!
Kojdanau: We will not give up! The best is yet to come!
Viciebsk: We demand real freedom!
Minsk: Every political prisoner is a hero and freedom is closer than ever!
Did you know that Lukashenka awarded propagandist Ryhor Azaronak with “Medal for Courage”. The same medal was given to people who fought in World War II. Nowadays in Belarus the “courage” is creating propaganda