To the Fullest Extent of the Russian Law into One’s Own Hands
During the Moscow Dissenters March on April, 14, 2007 Alexander Kiselev (the National Bolshevik party, Kazan) dared to raise his party’s banner over the roof of a multi-storey house at Tverskaya street. This crime against the established order was punished according to the law and the “laws” into Russian sovereign democracy’s own hands. OMON militants have fractured Alexander’s cranium and broken his spine. Alexander himself could remember only rushing at him bullies but doctors informed his parents that butchers had interrogated the badly injured man for an hour and only afterwards had had mercy to call for ambulance. Kiselev spent several months in a hospital. He has undergone several complex operations including craniotomy. Fortunately, now Alexander is able to walk although complete health rehabilitation is impossible after such traumas.
There Would Be Somebody Who Comes for You…
Yury Chervochkin’s guilt for established order was extremely great.
Having joined the NBP in 2006 he succeeded to take part in the action in the Ministry of Finances (the main demand was to return the deposits disappeared in the Savings Bank), in the action of support to the “Surgutneftegaz” [“Surgut Oil and Gas”] striking workers, in the action against Moscow Regional Duma elections sophistication, in several “Dissenters Marches”.
Yury was the Moscow region National Bolshevik leader, and it is well-known that “if there is somebody who comes to you there would be somebody who comes for you!”
First there were menaces, then detainments came and several months in the detention centre.
On November, 22, on the eve of the next Dissenters March, Yury has called to the United Civil Front headquarters and informed that he has been followed by four Moscow regional Organized Crime Department officers.
In an hour he was found in the street brutally beaten.
It is characteristic that attackers haven’t taken from him neither money nor his rather expensive cell phone.
On December, 10, at 4.40 p.m. Chervochkin has passed away in the Burdenko Neurosurgery Institute without regaining consciousness.
He has never reached the age of 23.
I don’t know if all murderers are attracted to the place of the crime but the OCD officers were not confused neither to search over the bus passing to the funeral from Moscow nor to videotape the funeral itself.
Moreover, law-enforcement officers succeeded to promise the same destiny to Yury’s party-mate Sergey Baranov.
Some Sorts of People Are Observing Here
Farit Akhmetzhanovich Khabibullin, the Republic of Tatarstan honoured art worker, the creator of Tatar youth theatre, an honoured stage manager and pedagogue, has joined the CPRF in 1994 as a protest against the established regime’s transforming of the country.
In September 2007 the CPRF Tatarstan Republic Committee nominated him a candidate for State Duma elections.
On December, 2 Farit Akhmetzhanovich came to the election precinct No.63 as a State Duma of RF candidate and asked the commission chairperson N.Yu.Vitushkina to provide him data on number of distributed absentee ballots which he had the full right for according to the law “On elections”. Indignant with such violation of “laws into sovereign democracy’s own hands” Vitushkina called for police.
The law-enforcement officers realized the situation immediately. They seized the elderly man (Farit Akhmetzhanovich was born on May, 31, 1941) and threw by his head to the window glass.
Farit left the election commission by an ambulance vehicle. The diagnosis was made: body concussions, head wounds, heart attack.
Having left the hospital Khabibullin applied to the investigative department, to the prosecutor office, to the court personally and by means of the CPRF Tatarstan Republic Committee.
No government body rendered him assistance in defense of his rights. On December, 27, 2007 during his next visit to the prosecutor office Khabibullin fell down and died of repeated heat attack.
His party mates consider “physical and mental sufferings the reason of his death”. It is difficult to quarrel with this statement.
They Are Not Even Confused
“…Nowadays National Bolsheviks depict themselves as victims of the “bloody regime”. But one jumping under a tram may cry about “bloody technical progress” having cut his legs as much as he/she wishes… Moreover, kids, that is politics. You might be even killed there…” That’s how the “Russian Journal” commented on Chervochkin’s death (its editor-in-chief is the famous Kremlin PR manager Gleb Pavlovsky). The author of the article has hidden him/herself under a pseudonym, maybe it was Pavlovsky himself, maybe not. Anyway, the article was clearly “biased”. Nobody would act so meanly for free. So, those guys who are still “at the top” are surely not even confuse to acknowledge openly that they murder and would do it further.