Libertarian gets in hospital with brain concussion following interrogation at Federal Security Service
His party fellows told about it.
The Federal Security Service officers have beaten a member of a local branch of the Libertarian party Ruslan Badartdinov during the interrogation. This was told by a member of the organization Boris Fedyukin, having stated that the interrogation had taken place in a case related to explosion in Arkhangelsk-based directorate.
Fedyukin reported that on April 2, law enforcers arrived in his party fellow’s apartment to carry out searches. Law enforcers seized his phone, computer, hard disks, photography equipment and memory cards. Badartdinov is a freelance photographer and lives with his mother. After the searches, he was taken for the interrogation.
In the police division, law enforcers beat the libertarian with their hands and a ferule in his head and told him: “You’re dead now!” Law enforcers asked if he had known Mikhail Zhlobitsky who had arranged explosion in an Arkhangelsk-based directorate of the Federal Security Service. They also asked him about his family.
Fedyukin believes that the Federal Security Service might have become interested in his party’s members due to the fact that he had joined a chat Rechi buntovshchika that announced about the attack a few minutes before the explosion.
The CrimeRussia had earlier reported that in early November, 2018, 17-year-old Zhlobitsky detonated a self-made bomb in the Arkhangelsk-based directorate of the Federal Security Service. The teenager died. 3 officers of the Security Service got injuries.
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