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Deputy Interior Minister: There Was No Torture

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Deputy Interior Minister: There Was No Torture
ALIAKSANDR BARSUKOU
PHOTO: DARJA LAMANOUSKAYA

A cynical statement by Barsukou said outside the prison in Akrestsin street.

Late Thursday evening, the detainees were released from the Akrestsin prison, tut.by reports.

At night, Deputy Interior Minister Aliaksandr Barsukou arrived to the prison. Journalists asked how many detainees would be released.

- All of them, - he said on the move. And he added: "There have been no tortures". "You will answer for that," - the deputy minister's men said.

It's estimated that about 7 thousand people were detained during the protests and after them, and many of them were brutally and inhumanly beaten.

They were inhumanely beaten in the Akrestsin prison as well. Patients from the neighboring hospital could hear the moans and screams of the detainees.

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