war crimes in Ukraine

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Alarming information from Bolgrad

I.S., Kharkov
The head of Ismail human rights protection group . Rutenia. , a member of the Union of Ukrainian journalists G. Bogomolova informs about facts of brazen violations of law by militia, administration and prosecutor of the town of Bolgrad.

As follows from the complaint of Ismail branch of . Rutenia. , lawyer Anna Kruzhkova, a human rights protection activist form Bolgrad, was arrested by five militiamen, who broke in her house and made a search without a warrant, and then detained Ms. Kruzhkova also without a warrant for arrest.

Ms. Kruzhkova was kept for a week in the precinct detention block, which nominally is intended for detention for the term not more than three days. Her mother was not given the right to see Ms. Kruzhkova and was forbidden to pass any parcels.

G. Bogomolova informs that A. Kruzhkova is accused of hooligan treatment of the five militiamen who detained her. No other accusations are presented.

The Kharkov Group for human rights protection intends to complain to the General Prosecutor. s office of Ukraine with the request to check Bogomolova. s complaint and take up necessary measures.
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