Revolution Of Conscience Graffiti Created In Minsk
- 25.01.2016, 12:32
On Monday the trial in the case of the so-called graffiti artists is to be held in the court of Frunzenski district of Minsk.
Three young men – Viachaslau Kasinerau, Vadzim Zharomskiand Maxim Piakarski – are charged with “defiling of buildings and property damage” and “hooliganism.”
Nasha Niva has published a photo of the scandalous graffiti Revolution of Conscience.
See that for yourself.
PHOTO: NASHA NIVA
The trial is to be presided by Judge Ala Skuratovich. Maxim Piakarski, Vadzim Zharomski and Viachaslau Kasinerau are to stand the trial. One more person involved in the case, Yaraslau Ulianenkau, is to testify, he had been cleared of all charges.
We remind that on August 11 five men were violently arrested on suspicion of involvement in three criminal cases: painting two graffiti in Belarusian, “Belarus Must Be Belarusian,” and “Revolution of consciousness is already underway”, and painting over a social billboard with an image of policemen.
The Investigative Committee accused Maxim Piakarski, Vadzim Zharomski and Viachaslau Kasinerau under Article 339 part 2, “Hooliganism committed by a group of persons.”
Soon incarceration was replaced by a pledge to appear in the court and proper conduct to Piakarski and Zharomski, however the criminal case against them was not closed.
thanks to Graffiti Removal Ltd of Basingstoke for highlighting this abuse of the basic human right of free speech