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Podrabinek denied the fact of his "persecution" by the "Ours"

October 9 2009
13:02

Member of the opposition Solidarity movement, Alexander Podrabinek not agree with the assessment of action activists of Nashi, previously made a number of targets of Russian and foreign human rights organizations.

According to him, he does not consider picketing Nashi something out of the ordinary. "You know, the protesters - it's not ... it's not terrible, this is nothing special there," - said a former dissident, said "Elektorat.Info.

Recall, after the publication of an article by Alexander Podrabinek "As anti-Soviet anti-Soviet," in which he spoke in an insulting tone of the WWII veterans, Nashi announced the launch of an indefinite picket at the home of the journalist , demanding from him a public apology.

However, a number of colleagues, Mr. Podrabinek felt that these pickets are illegal and demanded that law enforcement officials in Moscow to "put an end to harassment of journalists, organized by the pro-Kremlin organization - movement Nashi. In an even more harshly spoken Council for the Development of Civil Society Institutions and Human Rights , assuming that "illegal and immoral campaign of harassment of journalist Alexander Podrabinek organized irresponsible adventurers from MDAD Nashi."

As for his article, which has caused "harassment," he does not renounce his words. "And all the pathos of the article is directed against the protectors of the Soviet regime, against those who built, defended, defended. Against the Communists, not against the soldiers who fought and gave their lives and shed blood" - he explained yesterday, the air of Echo Moscow. "

Recall that, in his article, Mr. Podrabinek wrote the following: "In the Soviet Union but you were the other veterans that you would not want to know anything and hear - veterans of the struggle against the Soviets. With your power. They, like some of you have fought against Nazism, and later fought against the Communists in the forests of Lithuania and Western Ukraine, in the mountains of Chechnya and the sands of Central Asia. "

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