18 January 2018, Thursday, 16:52

Attack on Lithuanian embassy to be pinned on anarchists?


Police and officers of the organized crime department visit Minsk anarchists, who  were involved in the case of attacking the Russian embassy in Minsk in 2010 as witnesses and suspects.

The information was received from the website of the Anarchist Black Cross Belarus. Members of the group say policemen question anarchists in connection with the incident at the embassy of Lithuania, when two Molotov cocktails were thrown at the embassy building on November 6, 2012.

Police officers have a list of questions relating to both the embassy attack and private life and activity of anarchists.  

The Anarchist Black Cross Belarus reports that policemen put the following questions:

Where were you on the day of the attack on the embassy?

Are you a member of any organisations?

Do you participate in rallies or gatherings?

Have you ever been detained by police? What was the reason?

What websites do you visit? What nickname do you use?

Do you travel abroad? What countries do you visit?

The questionnaire also contains a special field “Emotional state during questioning”.