Pavel Levinau: Explosion at KGB building in Viciebsk may be provocation by authorities
11:38, — Politics
The main argument in favor of the accused woman is the lack of sensible motif.
This is how a human rights activist from Viciebsk Pavel Levinau commented for the charter97.org web-site on the defendant’s confession of committing the explosion near the KGB building in Viciebsk.
“In this case the motif is unclear. What did this woman want to prove with the explosion and what KGB did wrong to her? It is known that she was convicted before, but it was hardly KGB that tried her. In this case she would be offended by the prosecutor’s office, police, which caused her sufferings with their illegal actions”, - the human rights activist believes.
He emphasized that his attitude to this case has been ambiguous from the very beginning.
“Loo closer. In the case of the Minsk metro explosion they also tried to prove to us that those guys had been doing the same long before that: blew up a window at a library, blew something up in a building, and it all had been some kind of preparation. But we did not hear of any preparations of this woman. We did not know that something exploded somewhere. Now they are saying that she prepared and did something before too. Why was not it known? May be it was her, who is responsible for those blasts in Viciebsk that those two guys were accused of?”, - Pavel Levinau continued.
He noted that even Dzmitry Kanavalau had not admitted the guilt for the explosions in Viciebsk.
“Previously convicted people are easier to be influenced and forced to something by policemen, investigatory bodies, prosecutor’s office and KGB. It is hard to believe for me that it was this woman who is responsible for the explosion. Almost a year has passed since then. But if we come back a year, we will recollect that it was the time when someone was yet again no happy with KGB and needed to cast light on it. That is why I do not rule out the possibility that it was a provocation done the authorities themselves”, - the human rights activist said.
He added that the locals used to always express indignation with the fact that street lights were always on in the park near the building, which caused them troubles.
“But they were put off a week before the explosion, and it was complete darkness there, in which the explosion took place. That is why such small details make you doubt. Moreover that it is all covered with mystery and there is almost no information. They should have done everything openly: publish the documents, give interview not in general, but in specific phrases so all the reasons for doubt would disappear. But in the case of Andrej Hajdukou and the case of the explosion near the KGB building alike nothing is clear. That is why different conjectured suspicions emerge”, - Pavel Levinau concluded.
We would remind that the woman, accused of committing the explosion near the KGB building in Viciebsk, admitted the guilt.