He will be under police supervision for 6 months after the release.
Aliaksandr Frantskevich, who served his term in correctional colony No. 22 in Ivatsevichy, has been released early in the morning. His mother and activists of opposition organisation met him outside the prison. He will go to Navapolatsk to register with the police.
Frantskevich was arrested in connection with the “anarchist case” on September 3, 2010. Ihar Alinevich, Mikalai Dziadok and him were tried in the Zavadski distirict court on May 27, 2011.
The activist was charged with violating part 2 of article 351 of the Criminal Code (deliberate destruction of computer information) and part 2 of article 339 (hooliganism). He was charged with carrying out attacks on government buildings and hacking the website of the Navapolatsk city executive committee. He pleaded not guilty at the trial.
Frantskevich was sentenced to 3 years in a medium security correctional colony. Belarusian human rights defenders declared him a political prisoner in September 2011. The activists served his term in correctional colony No. 22 in Ivatsevichy.