As reports the edition “Belarus today”, the expert Commission has detected signs of a crime under article 130 of the criminal code of Belarus (incitement of racial, national, religious or other social enmity or discord), in the writings of authors of the publications “REGNUM”, “Feed”, “EATALY” Nicholas Radova, Paul Urantsev and Alla Reservations.
The investigators found that these employees of the Russian media in fact wrote under pseudonyms. Alla Reservation was the watchman from Brest Dmitry Alimkin, and Radov and Rimawi was one person – a teacher BSUIR Yuri Pavlovets.
Investigators believe that Alimkin and Pavlovets were a team, but because their actions fall under article of the Belarusian criminal code, providing imprisonment for the term from 5 till 12 years.
Both journalists are detained and taken into custody.
The Agency Regnum accusations Pavlovians and Alimkin and correspondent Sergey Chipenko arrested for material on the Internet under the pseudonym “Arthur Gregory”, called “inspired”. “The editors said its detainees in Belarus, the authors of political prisoners, subjected to repression for their principled stand against the actual cooperation of the authorities of Belarus with the chauvinist, Russophobic and neo-Nazi part of the Belarusian opposition”, – said in a statement.