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(en) Czech, afed: "Airsoft" or Penzy terrorists -- Bisk had a Phoenix, the Russian FSB had devised a secret revolutionary organization. [machine translation]
Fri, 2 Feb 2018 08:52:48 +0200
On Tuesday, January 23, Anti-Fascist Viktor Filinkov lost to St Petersburg. Two days
later, the press service of the St. Petersburg courts wrote that he had been detained and
admitted to being in a terrorist society whose members "share anarchist ideology." The
next day, members of the Commission for the Supervision of the Human Rights of Prosecuted
and Sentenced Persons were brought to him, and it turned out that Filinkov was tortured.
On Thursday, January 25, Petrograd resident Igor Shishkin lost his strolling dog. The dog
did not come back home alone, but with the armed cops. Shishkin was found in court on
Saturday. The journalists did not release the proceedings, Igora closed. He was
distraught. This police action was provided by one of the local courts in Penza.
What links Penz, St. Petersburg and the anarchists? The independent Russian media project
OVD Info, which was set up in response to the mass repression at a meeting on December 5,
2011, dealing with political persecution in Russia, published on 11 December 2017 a
detailed account of the persecutions associated with the Maltese Revolution. (The
anti-Potential activist Vjaceslav Malcev proclaimed on 5 November 2017, when mass arrests
were also declared.) The report described the criminal prosecution of the so-called
terrorist association in the Pension. It has been written here that the case concerns five
people, two of whom are anarchists. It was not exactly accurate information. The accused
were six, and none of them had anything to do with Malcev, though the investigation might
have been conducted. In addition, at least some were charged with anti-fascists, and one
of them lived before being arrested in St. Petersburg.
On 17 or 18 October, the first person in this case, Jegor Zorin, was arrested in Penz.
They subsequently arrested anti-fascist Ilja Shakurski and his friend Vasili Kuks. On
October 27, Dmitry Pchelinov was arrested. At the beginning of November, Andrej Cernov was
arrested in Penze and Arman Sagynbajev in St. Petersburg, whom he had taken to Penzy and
put in custody. According to the investigators, they were all members of the 5.11
terrorist group that was preparing the revolution in the country. Five people are
currently in custody, the sixth is in home jail. The investigators reported on
psychological pressure, current torture, hanging their heads down, and the weapons the FSB
secret police had subjected them to.
There is no rating in airsoft as opposed to paintball, as the players themselves have the
responsibility to keep the rules. The player they hit is obliged to admit a hit and
immediately put on a well-recognizable strip of red that represents his death (or injury)
in the game and go to a place designated as a cemetery (or lazer). Accordingly, it is not
for winning, but for the enjoyment of fair play. Asking who perished and who is not, is
not usual, because there is no need to find out these things during the game itself.
The weapon employs imitations with plastic-ceramic beads with a diameter of six to eight
millimeters. The gun is driven by air or a gas mixture, most commonly used with an
electric battery, but it is also manual.
"There is no question that terrorism is bad," says Kuksov's lawyer Alexandr Fedulov, "but
try those who really have something to do with him, not all of them. I used to play
airsoft too. To rest. I also have an airsoft weapon at home. There is no need for
permission. I also shot the night in the park. I just liked the game ... And Vasja Kuksov
went to play airsoft. He fired twice from the imitation ... I talked about twenty minutes
when deciding to extend the[ties], and the only word did not reach the resolution. The
investigator reads the request: "... devoted to the illicit acquisition of proficiency to
survive in the forest and provide first aid." Where is the lawfulness of such proverbs
described? And the judge sits and nods. , They were about to blow up the offices of United
Russia (the governing political party), the post office ... "They did not miss."
When Oct. 19, Kuksov's wife Jelena came home from work, she saw that Vasili was not there
yet, although she should return before she. She telephoned him on the cellphone - he rang,
but the man did not answer him. Within a few hours, Jelena heard that someone was trying
to open the door to the apartment. She looked at the watch and saw about ten unknown men,
one holding her husband's neck. Vasilij barely stood on his feet. The men told her they
had come from the FSB.
Vasilius's trousers and jacket were torn and stained with blood, his head and nose broken,
as if they were knocking him down. According to Jelena, the tour was just superficial.
Then Vasily asked if he had a car. FSB members brought Kuks and his wife to the car and
ordered him to open the door. Kuks went to the car and noticed that the lock was not in
order. At his surprise, some of the members responded abruptly, "What do you mean?" The
police began to search the car and find a gun in it. Kuksov, who had been quiet until
then, began to scream that he had given him the gun.
On the same day they arrested Ilja Shakurski. At first, they suspected that they organized
the group, but then changed the paragraph to "attendance". Shakurskij organized lectures,
cleaned parks in the framework of environmental initiatives, organized animal rights
events. He is a vegetarian and quite well-known figure in the local leftist movement.
His friend Valerie (the name is changed) tells that Shakurski has been picking up a pair
of classmates at school and they went to clean the Moksa River together. Before that, no
one imagined Ilja. After some time, people from the city of Moksan and police officers
appeared at school. They made a special class class for the pupils, where they said that
Ilja was a Nazi and that his peers had to cease to associate with him. This story was
always laughing with Shakurski and his antifascist friends.
On a trial that dealt with the prolongation of custody on December 14, Shakurskij sat for
some reason in the hall, not in a cage along with Sagynbaev and Peciniec. Perhaps the
investigators did not want Shakurski to communicate with the other accused. The hearing
was public. Shakurski looked very depressed, his hood on his head. Beside him, his mother
sat and hugged him all the time. She asked him something, he answered one-word. The
longest the mother said, the holidays were: "Mum, surely the decoration of the tree."
According to Fedulov, Shakurski admitted. They all admitted except Kuks, who refused to
answer the questions under Constitutional Section 51. Some time ago, Shakurski and
Peciniec were friends, coached, sporting, playing airsoft. Then they did not see them for
Dmitry Pchelin's wife: "He's been treated like this. They suspect and blame you for
something, but if they can not, you are not guilty. So why am I in such a poor condition
that it multiplies the punishment for what I did not do. "
Angelina Pchelincev's Men: "Birthday crap, New Year, other holidays and all the
difficulties I have. You're just important. If I could, I'd be with you and go through all
that. But I know you're against, and it's not possible. I'll do everything I can to help
you, and you do not do it for me, trust me to do it. "
Prior to the arrest, Pcelin was working as a shooting instructor. The expertise was gained
during the service at the Penzenský artillery engineering training center. On October 27,
Pcelincev left the house early in the morning to meet his grandmother. His wife, Angelina,
was still asleep when the man returned to the flat already in the ties and with FSB
members. According to her, the police turned the apartment upside down during the tour and
finally took away personal telephones and other electronic information carriers as well as
registered weapons - two hunting rifles and two gas guns. Then they went to the car. The
horseshoe's car was broken, and recently he had trouble with it to the house. The alarm
did not work. The members of the FSB looked at the car and, as nobody saw them, they found
two grenades beneath the rear seat. Pchelincev said, "The car without an alarm, you're a
jerk." He meant that the grenades were pushing him.
The same day Angelina called and told her that her husband said she wanted to be present
at the interrogation. But when she arrived at the FSB, she found that no such
interrogation was taking place. There were two secret men waiting for her. During the
interview, one of them "played" significantly in the hand with the arrow and began to
threaten that her husband would receive a life sentence. He said, "It's just like shooting
someone in the foot" to stop Pcincen from refusing to testify under paragraph 51.
"Such a crap - this is a terrorist organization that has not done a single terrorist act
or planned it," Pcelinova says. "That means it can not be said at court that they were
planning on a date. This can not be said, because they absolutely did not plan anything.
The only thing they did to teach first aid in field conditions was to survive in the
woods. Is that illegal? "
In a few days in custody Pcelincev announced that he was going to blame. His loved ones,
who were sure Dmitrij was not innocent, were shocked. To pay the lawyer his relatives took
a loan in the bank - lawyer Alexei Agafonov applied for a deposit of 150 thousand rubles
(about 50 thousand crowns). But no matter what this money, he did not care very much about
the needs of his mandate. He came to custody of Peciniec and showed him where to sign on
the papers brought by the investigator. But he could, for example, meet Dmitri before the
arrival of the investigator on Monday and come along with an FBS member on Tuesday. When
Dmitry was surprised, he replied, "I have come."
Dmitry Pchelin's wife: "It's unfair. Dishonestly. Incorrectly. Absurdly. All the paths of
my life led to one. You, grandma, sister, parents, a lot of people who know I'm a good
person. Why, then, do all the things that happen to me coughing? To cheat on a person who
is not dangerous has his joys and problems, thoughts and experiences. What, besides
trauma, will bring me and all my loved ones? It does not even hurt me, but it is terribly
troubled. It's not a coincidence, a coincidence. It's just someone's unjust will. The most
sensible Saturday. At least I took a shower, shaved, I do not want to resemble what they
have for me. What am I doing wrong, Angelina? "
Angelina Pchelinciva's Men: "I believe you, like your whole family and your friends.
Everyone is very afraid of you and understands what is happening. It is clear to us. The
first month I tried to understand how it was possible TAKHLE to deal with a man, but then
I stopped searching for the meaning of this. They do not care how it is who they are so
cruelly rolling. "
Attorney Agafonov met with Pchelincole and asked her if her husband suffered from
exaggerated imagination. Angelina replied that the situation was probably not the most
appropriate. It turned out that Dmitry told the lawyer that FSB members went to him every
day and lead him to other "interrogations". However, according to a lawyer, this can not
be done because it is forbidden there.
Initially, Angel's letters from the man did not go away even though he wrote her
practically every day. The letters were stacked at the FSB office waiting for the
information they needed from Dmitry or Angelina. Then Pcelinova found a thick envelope in
the mailbox, filled with all the men's letters for a whole month. It was then revealed
that he had practically complained to Agafonov from the very beginning. According to
Angelina, he literally arrived that his attorney did not trust him. He sat alone in the
cell, completely isolated, and the attorney was the only person he could trust.
"Because of the relationship of criminal authorities and courts in the territory of our
city, it is condemned with minimal evidence," Fedulov said. "Because this is the first
such case in the area and everyone is interested, it is a big thing: you imagine they
caught the terrorists. Those with wooden bats, with branches running through the woods.
Vasja told me: "Do you know what I was afraid of? That someone will see how I run in the
woods and play the war. I would fall with shame. ' Changing the constitutional order in
some territory ... In the village of Shaluhikha, could they change that arrangement with
their airsoft weapons? "
Once, the Dickinson's Pcelin's letter came on a piece of paper jabbed from the notebook.
At the beginning, something was written about the fact that a man reads a book that has
800 pages and that he likes his wife. This was crossed out, and at the end of Dmitri's
writing he said, "Do not write to me, nothing to me, go away as long as possible, do not
ask me, everything has ended with me." In the same letter Pcelin told him that
psychotropic substances are being injected and given pills and that it is "worse than
death". The woman thought Dmitry was out and wrote the answer.
"I took the paper and, in a trembling hand, wrote that everything would be fine. I
realized that even though it had not been so long for us it was much worse for him. At
that time, his father told lawyer Agafonov to take as much as he needed from the compound
deposit, and the others to return. And we found a new lawyer. "
On December 1, when Angelina and Dmitry were accused, Angelina and Dmitry could meet and
speak together. Dmitry said he had asked to visit a woman "to say goodbye to her."
According to him, he was abusing him every day - they threw his head down, his throat
flowing into his throats. He was afraid they might kill him and murder suicide. He said
his body does not have to endure such torture: "I'm afraid I will not hold my heart and I
will not go out alive. It's a hell. "The beggar asked the woman to tell the investigator
that she was good to her, and then maybe they would not come that day. Angelina had said
beforehand she would not be crying from the secret, so she kept herself trying to
encourage the man. She persuaded him not to lose hope and waited until the new attorney
had made up his mind.
When her husband was taken away, the investigator asked her what they were talking about.
She said, "Stop Dimu killing."
Dmitry Pchelin's wife: "I would not be able to colonize Mars. And even better would be
something far away. Next time, I do not really need anything, so do not go now. I'll write
if anything. Overall, I hold. Imagining how we start living. "
Angelina Pchelinceva's men: "I'll talk to Elon Musk, we'll leave here and we will not come
back to this planet again. Let's wait, okay? They're still building a ship. "
In some interviews, FSB officials said that they found a list of five people during a tour
at Shakurski. One girl on it was left free, everyone else - Zorin, Kuksov, Peciniec and
Chernov, and Shakurski himself - are in jail. Sagynbaev, who was arrested in St
Petersburg, joined them. He has serious health problems, needs constant medical help, he
said in a court hearing about extending his detention in December that he still vomits.
Zorin is a friend of Shakurski, studying together at the Penzión State University of
Physics Teaching. Zosina was arrested first and he also testified first. He said: "... a
terrorist organization of special secrecy, elaborating in the forests the scheme of the
overthrow of power ..." New Year celebrated Zosin at liberty - he was released from
custody in a domestic prison.
According to the version of the investigators, Group 5.11 was founded to prepare a
revolutionary coup and overthrow the use of terrorist activity. In addition, there were
other similar groups in Russia, all of whom joined a common organization with similar
goals and methods. Members 5.11 were conspired, they had split roles. In the group, for
example, he was a janitor and a communications engineer. In this context, according to
airsoft investigators, it was preparing for terror.
At this point, there is no known procedural or de facto connection between the cases
relating to the Maltese Revolution and the anti-fascist penitentiary case - except for
numbers 5 and 11 in the name of the "terrorist association".
Dmitry Pcelince's wife: "The light is on for twenty-four hours. If he does not let me
innocent, he'll let me in for a developed Alzheimer's. He's so damp that he's letting me
out of tuberculosis, and so dirty he's letting me go of jaundice. And I smoke so much that
she lets me out of cancer. And you give me so much chocolate to let me go for diabetes. Of
course, I'm kidding. No one will let me. "
(The correspondence between Dmitry and Angelina Pcelincev was used in the text.)
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