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Protect Andrei Poczobut (a journalist) against prosecution by the Belarusian dictatorship


Novichok 2 | 7,562
2 Oct 2021 #31
So contact the court. PF isn't a court.

It's not the court but it is a reporter.
Journalistic integrity demands full disclosure of relevant facts before editorializing. One of these relevant facts is what is alleged he did. - verbatim and according to the indictment.

Down with Lukashenka!

There is no such action. It's a bullsh*it weasel term that can mean anything.
President can only be criticized, un-elected, impeached, or assassinated. These are action words, dear English teacher. "Down" is not.
So which one would you want me to shout in public over there?
jon357 71 | 21,003
3 Oct 2021 #32
Journalistic integrity demands full disclosure of relevant facts before editorializing

No it doesn't.
amiga500 3 | 1,508
3 Oct 2021 #33
youtu.be/VwcKwGS7OSQ

@jon357 youtube.com/watch?v=n-mq0uJ7rlM
jon357 71 | 21,003
3 Oct 2021 #34
youtube.com/watch?v=XGhnE53PVzk

Watching what's going on in Belarus is like watching history repeat itself. And that's never a good thing.
Novichok 2 | 7,562
3 Oct 2021 #35
No it doesn't.

Yes, it does. If I say that X is a homophobe, you have every right to ask, what did he say, because "X is a homophobe" is a conclusion, not the underlying fact. Go to law school before talking nonsense.

So I am asking what did he do?
Novichok 2 | 7,562
3 Oct 2021 #36
From prisoners.spring96.org/en/person/andrei-paczobut

Andrzej Poczobut - journalist
Date of birth: 16 April 1973
Date of detention: 25 March 2021
Charges indicted:
Art. 130 of the Criminal Code - Incitement to hatred
Prison: Pre-trial detention center No. 8

Now, where did I read that "incitement to hatred"? Hmm... Oh, yeah, it was about a German law in a democratic Germany - God's model of what a country should be.

Still not what he said, though...but I will find out if it takes a trip to the "Belarusian dictatorship".

In another case...

Anzhalika Borys was arrested this week. The next day, she was charged with violation of the order of holding mass events and sentenced to 15 days of administrative arrest.

I guess the "Belarusian dictatorship" figured out that they can commit such heinous acts after the Brits and the kangaroo Gestapo arrested their subject for "holding mass events" to protest lockdowns. And without a permit!!! Yes, I know, that was different.


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