Pavel Izotavich and leakage
15:47, Valiantsin Stefanovich — Opinion
The newspaper Sovetskaya Belorussia published an article about “letters to CIA” from Andrei Haidukou this week and gave another reason to laugh.
His criminal case in nothing less than treason was heard by the Vitesbk regional court behind closed. Door.
Wonderful, really impressive, Pavel Izotavich [Yakubovich, the editor-in-chief]! The leakage comes to you in time as usual. There was a high level of secrecy in the case of “traitor” Haidukou: the trial was held behind closed doors, the court issued gagging orders to the people involved in the trial, including the lawyer. The court decision has not come into force yet and the appeal has not been considered by the Supreme Court, but Pavel Izotavich is here ready to give his readers information from “reliable” but “anonymous” sources. How typical!
We already saw it before, dear readers may say.
As I remember, after December 19, 2010, The Boss Himself ordered to publish materials relating to the events near the House of Government, the fact worthy of attention especially in terms of independence of investigative bodies, courts, the presumption of innocence and other western drivel. Pavel Izotavich in the starting position is again here. I forgot when I read something more exciting last time.
Pavel Izotavich, did you write it yourself? I'm honest, it's very good...
You will be easily accepted to the Union of Writes led by Charhinets. The pieces about the arrest of combat slingshots on the Ukrainian-Belarusian border and the arsenal of weapons in a garage in Malinauka district are especially breath-taking. I also watched it on TV later. But criminal cases over “mass disorders” do not contain any information about weapons or slingshots – how strange. Moreover, the newspaper wrote about a plot to overthrow the state power, but criminal cases mention only disorders, though mass ones. Don't they read newspapers? Names and addresses of “attackers” and “plotters” were given, just go and arrest!
The newspaper even published photos of receipts on compensation for fines and paying for lawyers taken by someone (I even know who it was) in Viasna's office. Another odd thing – they were not attached to the criminal case against Ales Bialiatski. It can be explained why. The task of the court and investigators was to show that Ales allegedly used money from funds on his own needs and receipts of particular persons for receiving aid were not needed. No, we don't need them in the case – they spoil everything! But they are in the right place in the newspaper. Am I right, Pavel Izotavich?
You are a real talent, dear Superfosfatov! A professional! As my friend from Hlusk who now lives in Haifa likes to say, it's full “khaleymos”. Keep it up!
Valiantsin Stefanovich, spring96.org
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