Arrested camper, Viacaslau Siucyk, was taken to an imitated execution by shooting.
“He was jeered at, beaten up, and threatened he would be shot dead,” tells Viacaslau’s brother.
Siucyk was arrested with help of a provocation on March 23, before the onslaught on the tent-camp.
He was called allegedly from a US embassy and invited to a vis-a-vis. “I wanted to ask an American ambassador that sanctions should urgently be imposed against Russia, which supported violations of human rights in Belarus and fostered the regime in every possible way,” said Viacaslau Siucyk.
An automobile with diplomatic numbers came to pick Viacaslau up. But at Internacyjanalnaja Street, the car was stopped by masked agents, who seized Viacaslau and pushed him into their car. “We are taking you to an execution by shooting,” Viacaslau was told. “They brandished a pistol near my temple. The car was cruising around the city for quite a while. And then they brought me to an Akrescina jail,” said Viacaslau.
Before these events, an aged mother of Siucyk had been arrested. She had a heart seizure – and the police had to set her free.
At the moment, Viacaslau Siucyk is cured at the surgery of clinic #3. He is seriously injured.