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What will become of Nadiya Savchenko?


Russia detains 114 people on political grounds, according to the organization for human rights Inostrannij Agent. The alleged offenses are often generic and pretentious. And in some cases they are victims of misuse of psychiatry, just like it used to happen in the USSR. Among the 114 names on the list, there is Nadiya Savchenko.

Russia detains 114 people on political grounds, according to the organization for human rights Inostrannij Agent. The alleged offenses are often generic and pretentious. And in some cases they are victims of misuse of psychiatry, just like it used to happen in the USSR. Among the 114 names on the list, there is Nadiya Savchenko.

 Photo: Alexander Prokopenko/Alpook The Dutch activist Robert van Voren, released on 30 October in Vilnius a list of 114 people detained in Russia. All of them are, according to the organization founded by van Voren, Inostrannij Agent, political prisoners accused of specious violations. By scrolling the list well-known faces and names appear among many others less known. There is Alexey Navalny, the so-called leader of nonexistent Russian opposition, and Anna Lepeshkina, one of the four free climbers last August have painted the big Soviet star on the ” Stalin tower”  in Moscow with the colors of the Ukrainian flag. As well as many guys who were arrested after the Bolotnaya clashes in 2012. There is also Eston Kohver, the Estonian Border Guard kidnapped last September by the FSB and still in pretrial detention. And there’s Nadiya Savchenko.
 

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