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One Day - One Name. Yaroslav Belousov
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bolotnaya_square_case#Yaroslav_Belousov



Yaroslav Belousov, 21, student at Moscow State University.

He's been under arrest since June 8. According to the prosecution, he threw "something yellow and shapeless" at a riot police officer. The key argument of the prosecution is witness testimony: the head of the Interior Ministry has appointed special "aggrieved persons" who use to "recognize and identify" the people detained in connection with the "Bolotnaya case".



Yaroslav Belousov has a small child, he is an excellent student, and it's obvious he's not planning to escape (after May 6 he was detained, then released, then he appeared in court by himself to be sentenced to a 24-hour arrest); nevertheless, since then he's been held in the remand prison.
I once attended a court session on Yaroslav's preventive detention: he looked just like a high-scoring student with glasses, who was put in the cage for some unknown reason.

He carries himself like a top scholar too: he has learnt everything and he's quite positive he's right.



The poet, Lev Rubinstein, speaks about Yaroslav Belousov.




Originally posted by navalny on Apr. 14th, 2013 at 11:01 AM