One-legged political prisoner forced to walk without crutches, with hands handcuffed behind back: Uladzimir Hundar’s story
Relatives of the prisoners in the so-called Autukhovich case told Belsat that the accused had been transported to Hrodna prison. Thus, they believe, the authorities are preparing for the trial. Baranavichy activist Uladzimir Hundar is among the prisoners, he has a group 2 disability. Uladzimir’s relatives say that the prisoners are severely pressured and abused behind bars.
Trial of four anarchists charged with terrorism held behind closed doors
Only the relatives and the Russian media were allowed in.
From Autukhovich to Zeltsar: Belarusians labelled as 'terrorists' by Lukashenka regime
During 2020–2021, Belarus has seen an unprecedented increase in the number of criminal cases initiated under ‘terrorist’ articles. Belsat.eu found out whom the Lukashenka regime considers ‘terrorists’ and how the authorities manipulate the topic of the terrorist threat.
Mother of arrested journo Pratasevich: No official info about Raman’s case, his whereabouts
The whereabouts of Raman Pratasevich is still unknown; the journalist who was arrested by the Belarusian authorities has been out of reach since Sunday morning, his phone is unavailable.
Minsk: Former investigator detained again, put in KGB jail
On Monday afternoon, Yauhen Yushkevich, a Minsk resident and former investigator, stopped answering his phone. According to his girlfriend, the police were waiting for him not far from the block of flats.
Some Belarusian banks block accounts of politicians Tsikhanouskaya, Latushka, blogger Matolka
A number of Belarusian banks blocked accounts of politicians Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya and Pavel Latushka as well as blogger Anton Matolka on Monday.
KGB puts former political prisoners Alinevich, Autukhovich on ‘terrorist’ list
State-run TV calls ex-political prisoner Mikalai Autukhovich ‘leader of terrorist group’
The police and the KGB arrested a ‘group of terrorists’ who are behind grave crimes in Hrodna and the region, including committing acts of arson and bombing to ‘exert pressure on security forces and their families’, state-controlled TV station Belarus 1 reported on Tuesday.
KGB: extremist actions of protesters can be qualified as act of terrorism
Kanstantsin Bychak from the KGB said that “in recent days, cases of extremist manifestations by protest-minded persons have become more frequent in Belarus”.