The enquiry against the Vorsha resident is being carried out for the alleged insulting of a local official.
Vorsha resident Raman Kuzmiankou’s house was searched, although, according to the documents, it was an inspection. The policemen said they were conducting an inspection over the "anonymous message about the insult," Belsat reports.
The enquiry against the resident is being carried out for the alleged insulting of a local official. Vorsha police department representatives did not explain who specifically had been offended and how, but reported that an anonymous message had been received.
The policemen seized the computer, the printer, a removable disk and a flash drive from Raman's house.
The man believes that the actions of the police have something to do with his one-person picket, which took place at Lenin Square in Vorsha on May 14.
Raman Kuzmiankou came to the picket with a self-made poster on which he wrote "There’s No 500 Here". After 15 minutes he was detained and fined 490 rubles. He explains his taking to the square with a difficult situation with work and low salaries in the city, as well as his solidarity with the independent REP trade union.