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In Russia began "hunting" on human rights defenders

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In Russia began "hunting" on human rights defenders

Post by Admin on Wed Sep 09, 2015 3:03 am

The Russian investigators carried out searches in the apartments of the head of the human rights project "Gulagu.net" Vladimir Osechkina and human rights defender Denis Soldatov.

"We have special forces at home ... I do not understand ... Vova talk now, I'm with the kids in the kitchen ...", - he wrote in "Facebook" wife of Vladimir Osechkina.

According to the official representative of the Investigative Committee Vladimir Markin, searches take place in the framework of investigation of the fraud.

According to investigators, to Vladimir Osechkina asked for help a woman whose father was arrested.

Osechkin sent it to the defender Denis Soldatov, who promised to provide "a range of services, ranging from the involvement of lawyers, and ending with the possibility of her father's release from criminal liability, lighting details of the criminal case in the media."

"Soldiers do not really have neither the intention nor the possibility to fulfill their obligations. However, ostensibly for this purpose he received from Malinina 1 million rubles, which subsequently kidnapped, "- according to investigators.

The "Gulagu.net" protects the rights of prisoners, promoting "reform of the penal system and the humanization of Russian prisons and colonies."

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