BIOGRAPHY

If you have found a spelling error, please, notify us by selecting that text and pressing Ctrl+Enter.

 10.07.1991
Was born in St.Petersburg, Russia. Studied at ITMO University, faculty of physics and engineering. Worked as industrial alpinists.
For the last 5 years he was one of the organizers of “Free Market” in St.Petersburg, it’s an event, where you can take the things you need and leave the ones you don’t need. Vegetarian, volunteer in animal shelters. Enjoys travelling and hiking, likes science fiction. 
On January 21 of 2018 was arrested. On 11th of April Yuliy was chaged with participation on terrotistic society “Network”. FSB officers were threatening him to worsen his prison conditions if Yuliy will not cooperate. Later they moved him to the another cell with 150 prisoners: murder, rape, robbery convicts. Moreover cell has only 115 beds.

If you have found a spelling error, please, notify us by selecting that text and pressing Ctrl+Enter.

This post is also available in: Русский (Russian) Deutsch (German) polski (Polish)

 You can send him a message online via RosUznik or a letter
FKU SIZO-3 FSIN Russia, 191123 St. Petersburg, ul. Shpalernaya, d. 25
Boyarshinov Yuliy Nikolayevich , 1991
ALL MESSAGES AND LETTERS MUST BE WRITTEN/TRANSLATED IN RUSSIAN.

News

Russian anti-fascist reveals violence, humiliation and threats in pre-trial detention

Since October 2017, 11 people have been arrested as part of the “Network” case – a terrorism investigation led by the Russian security services into anti-fascists and anarchists. According to investigators, these men were allegedly members of an organisation that planned to “destabilise the political climate in the country” during the Russian presidential elections and Football

No Justice, No Peace: Petersburg’s Kangaroo Courts Revisited

Russian political prisoner Yuli Boyarshinov, a “suspect” in the FSB frame-up known as the Network case aka the Penza-Petersburg “terrorism” case, lookng 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

Network: Parents versus the FSB

Eleven antifascists from Penza and Petersburg have been charged in the case against the alleged “terrorist community” known as the Network. Many people have got used to news of the violence, threats, and electrical shock torture used against the suspects in the case, but the accused themselves and their loved ones will probably never grow

“Hug Your Son and We’ll Open Fire”

Petersburg’s Krasnoye Selo District Court has extended the arrest of Yuli Boyarshinov, a 26-year-old industrial climber charged with involvement in The Network, an alleged “terrorist community.” The accused’s parents, who took the stand as witnesses during the court hearing, were grilled about their son’s vices, job, and hobbies. After listening to their account of a

A New Face in Hell: Yuli Boyarshinov

A new defendant has been added to the case of the so-called Network, Petersburger Yuli Boyarshinov. In the following article, OVD Info reports what it knows about how Mr. Boyarshinov was charged in the case, and about the pressure put on him in the remand prison where he is currently jailed. Mr. Boyarshinov’s defense attorney

Spelling error report

The following text will be sent to our editors: