If you have been following the Penza-Petersburg “terrorism” case on this website, you should now make your way over to oDR (openDemocracy Russia), where coverage of the case continues with these frightening accounts by Viktor Filinkov and his wife Alexandra of Viktor’s abduction and torture by the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB), and Alexandra’s attempts to find out what happened to her husband, who had been scheduled to join her in Kyiv when he was disappeared by the FSB.
Meanwhile, as Mediazona correspondent Yegor Skovoroda writes, the FSB has, allegedly, tortured two anarchists in Chelyabinsk for the crime of protesting its barbaric actions in Penza and Petersburg.
- Viktor Filinkov, “‘You should understand: FSB officers always gets their way!’ Russian anti-fascist reveals how he was tortured by Russian security services,” oDR, 28 February 2018
- Alexandra Filinkova, “‘It’s important not to give into panic’: how I found out my husband was being tortured by the Russian security services,” oDR, 28 February 2018
- Yegor Skovoroda, “‘The main thing, in that moment, was to come out alive,” oDR, 28 February 2018
Drawing by Alexandra Filinkova. Courtesy of oDR