Alyaksandr Dulub, guard in the special detention center on Akrestin Street, demanded Syarhei Parsyukevich should pay him 2 million Belarusian rubles as compensation for moral damage.
According to him, 26 January he allegedly couldn’t meet with his girlfriend, because he was healing his wounds. He said he couldn’t use public transport because he had bruises on his face, “Nasha Niva” reports. “People could think I was a hooligan, but how could one explain it wasn’t true?”
Present at the trial people began to sound off about Dulub’s words, who demanded compensation for moral damage. As a response judge Uladzimir Audzeenka ordered to expel everyone, besides participants of the process, from the courtroom. Even Parsyukevich’s wife and his child weren’t allowed to stay. So, the judge, a prosecutor (young man of 25-26 years old), a lawyer, the accused and the victim remain in the courtroom, Radio Svaboda informs.
Entrepreneur Ales Taustyka addressed the chief of the court Anatol Savich, asking him to allow public in the courtroom again. The request was satisfied. Prosecutor Syarhei Kunash spoke and demanded 3 years in prison for Syarhei Parsyukevich.
Ales Taustyka confirmed the testimony of Parsyukevich. According to him, militiaman Dulub burst into the cell, ordered to stand up rudely, hit Parsyukevich at his legs and forced him out of the cell, in 10 minutes shouts “Help! They’re killing me!” were heard. Taustyka said Alyaksandr Dulub, victim according to the case, was afraid to bear responsibility for his actions and libelled on Parsyukevich.