Pavel was imprisoned for an attack directed against Babruisk KGB. He was sentenced to 7 years in a top security prison. Read More
Responding to BelaPAN‘s question whether there were any appeals for pardon from the December 19 2010 convicts, Lukashenka said:
“I don’t know if they appealed. If they did, then the appeals should be in the pardon commission. We will keep you informed. They told me a month ago that there were two appeals,” he said. To the additional question on who exactly asked for pardon Lukashenka answered he didn’t know. ‘We’ll clarify this and tell you then,” he added. Read More
Tatsiana Frantskevich, the mother of political prisoner Aliaksandr Frantskevich, together with a lawyer visited the “Vouchyia Nory” penal colony. The mother of the political prisoner told charter97.org that Aliaksandr Frantskevich, was thrown into a punishment cell for refusal to fulfill insulting demands of the prison authorities. Read More
Born in April 1991 in Bobruisk, Mahilou region. He graduated from a vocational school. He had no specific political views neither did he belong to any political party. He worked as a turner in a metallurgical plant. At the same time he enrolled in the Technical High School of Chemistry. He is interested in computer science. He composed and played with his friends in a rock band.
Chronicle of repression
Detained on 17 January 2011 on suspicion of the attack on the KGB headquarters in Bobruisk launched on 14 October 2010 in solidarity with the anarchists arrested in September 2010. Pavel Sytamalotau, Arciom Prakapenka and Jauhien Vaskovich were sentenced to 7 years of imprisonment for attack on the Babruisk KGB office in October 2011. Babruisk court considered them guilty of malicious hooliganism and severe damage of property.
On 18 May 2011 Pavel Sytamalotau was found guilty of intentional destruction of property and sentenced to 7 years imprisonment in the penal colony with reinforced regime. He served his sentence in the Mahilou penal colony No. 19. Released on amnesty on 27 September 2012.