The Belgorod Regional Court ruled to extradite from Russia to Belarus a 31-year-old resident of Brest Vadim Duboisky, reported Mediazone is his sister.
In Belarus, a man is accused of participating in mass riots (Article 293 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Belarus), which provides for up to 8 years in prison. The lawyer is preparing to appeal the decision, said his sister.
Duboisky was detained at a protest rally in Brest on August 11 last year. To journalists he toldthat he, along with other detainees, was beaten for three days in the garage near the “House of Justice”, and then forced to sign documents on the absence of claims against the security forces. For refusal, they threatened that he “will stay here for a long time.”
According to his sister, Dubovsky filmed the beatings, after which he was again detained and taken for interrogation in the Investigative Committee of Belarus. The man spent a week in an IVS (temporary detention center), then he was released on recognizance not to leave.
In September, Duboisky left for Moscow and wanted to ask for temporary political asylum in Russia. “Present time” writes that after the arrests of Belarusians in Russia, he decided to cross the border with Ukraine. In April, border guards detained him for illegal border crossing, after which he ended up in pre-trial detention center-3 in Belgorod.
Mass protests in Belarus began last summer – immediately after Lukashenka’s victory in the presidential elections with 80% of the vote. His rival Svetlana Tikhanovskaya received they have only 10% of the votes, which is why the opposition accused the CEC of falsifications. Promotions tough dispersed OMON: the security forces used batons, tear gas, water cannons and service weapons. The detainees complained about the violence in the pre-trial detention center. For all time of promotions perished at least five people.