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9.11.2012

Human rights activist forced to undergo fingerprinting

12:16, — Politics

Human rights activist forced to undergo fingerprinting

Raman Kislyak, a human rights activist from Brest, was detained by the traffic police today as a person hiding from administrative prosecution.

It was found out that Raman Kislyak was put on the offender database by Brest's Leninski district police department for failure to undergo fingerprinting.

I was detained earlier to make me undergo fingerprinting. They even twisted my arms. I then applied to a prosecutor's office complaining about the incident. They didn't touch me for some time. I was fingerprinted this time, otherwise I would be banned from leaving the country. It would completely blocked my activity, Raman Kislyak told charter97.org.



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