Igor had been tortured during inquiry. Members of Public Monitoring Commission, who visited him in detention center, registered big ammount of burns on his body from what seems that electric wires and taser-gun were used to torture Igor. Doctors diagnosed Igor with fractured eye-ball socket, numerous hematoms and bruises.
Russian political prisoner Yuli Boyarshinov, a “suspect” in the FSB frame-up known as the Network case aka the Penza-Petersburg “terrorism” case, looking like a human being amidst the combined armed guard of regular police and riot police at Petersburg’s Dzerzhinsky District Court this past Friday. Photo by David Frenkel. Courtesy of Telegram channel Angry Defender
The website of the Movement For Human Rights (MFHR) reports parents of the arrestees in the Penza-Petersburg “terrorism” case have come together to form The Parents Network: A Committee for Relatives of Arrested Anarchists. The human rights activists report that a meeting of relatives of the young men accused in the case took place in Moscow on
A second anarchist from the mythical organization The Network (Set’) has been remanded to police custody at the request of counterintelligence. Viktor Filinkov and Igor Shiskin are suspected of planning an armed insurrection to seize power This post is also available in: Русский (Russian) Deutsch (German) polski (Polish)