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Слухи о моей смерти явно преувеличены...или вновь провокация
Дорогие друзья! Все те, кто не поверил этой провокации, и те, кто прислал соболезнования!
Я благодарна всем за теплые слова.
Эти сволочи, кто пытаются топорным способом запугать меня, или, как в народе говорят, извести - пусть получат в ответ наш общий гнев и проклятье! Заслуженное!

Эти шавки готовы лизать задницу за лишнюю звездочку на погонах или за премию доносчика. Я знаю, что в этой провокашке участвуют и валютные проститутки Мурманска, которые за визу в Швецию готовы оклеветать любого.  Используют настолько не проверенные факты, чтобы меня очернить, что пора ставить вопрос о некомпетентности всего Центра по борьбе с экстремизмом УВД Мурманской области. При этом, вы все, кто читал этот дурацкий некролог, видели, сколько там в тексте ошибок. Провокашка от грязных, гадких и глупых неучей. 
Простите, что вчера сразу не написала. Эти мудаки под каждой моей заметкой оставляли некрологи. Тупо мои друзья сидели целый день и выкорчевывали эту хрень.
Но в этой истории есть и обратная сторона. Они "догадались" отослать некролог в международные информационные агенства. Например, сайт Каспаров.ru получил известие о моей кончине из Финляндии. Мало того, что Путина встретили акцией протеста в Финляндии, так сейчас общественные организации этой страны через ООН готовят ноту протеста по моему случаю Президенту РФ. Эти уроды, оставляя записи - Слава России! - позорят страну на международном уровне, доказывая международному сообществу, что идет конкретная травля конкретных оппозиционных лидеров. И что в России нет демократии, а есть тоталитаризм прямого действия. Я бы на месте действующей клики из УВД и МВД, провела жесткое расследование и наказала этих глупцов.
Они сами подрывают и расшатывают действующую систему.
История не стоит на месте. Эти уроды сами развалят эту гнилую систему. Наша задача подготовить себя к тому, чтобы поднять страну из руин, поднять ее экономику, и идти по мировому пути развития.

Всем вам долголетия, друзья!


За этими событиями я не написала и о других наших приключениях.
12 июня в День России мы вышли в Мурманске на центральную площадь, чтобы вместе с мурманчанами отметить начинающийся праздник. Изначально политслвет регионального отделения Солидарности подавал заявку на митинг, но нам запретили его проведение. Поэтому наши мужчины резонно решили просто погулять в этот пасмурный и холодный день с флагами движения.
 Как выяснилось, сотрудникам милиции не понравилось то, что в руках у двоих наших друзей были флаги Солидарности.
Мы подошли к киоску, в котором продавали флаги России и узнали цену флага - 200 рублей. В этот момент нас обступила милиция.
Вобщем, остальное расскажут фотки:






Заметте, у меня флага не было. Но что же так милицию тянет ко мне... И звездочки у них на плечах все жирные...





Митинг, можно сказать, состоялся. Только это скорее пикет сотрудников милиции вокруг Солидарности...

Вобщем, нас задержали. Сначала хотели посадить в белый микроавтобус. Но вот незадача. Там расположились подчиненные Олега Николаевича Морозова, того самого начальника, который отвечает за общественную безопасность от УВД области и постоянно с кинокамерой гоняется за нами. Так вот, его подчиненные просто распивали там водку. Полный праведного гнева, Олег Николаевич лично погнался за нарушителями порядка, выскочившими из микроавтобуса, но ... не догнал. рипугнул для порядка.

Поэтому на следующих двух фотках эти подчиненные, злостно нарушая общественный порядок разливают водку у милицейского УАЗика. А с другой стороны этого УАЗика нас грузят в него, т.е. задерживают...









Друзья честно положенные три часа томились в ожидании в Октябрьском РОВД





И вот нас выпустили...



Чтобы не сидеть впустую в их вонючем отделении, мы написали жалобу в областную прокуратуру, эта жалоба у меня в руках. И прямиком все вместе направились к дежурному прокурору.

Нам предлагали подписать протокол об административном правонарушении, в котором говорится, что мы организовали несанкционированный пикет. Этот бред мы подписывать отказались. Тогда сотрудники милиции пригласили двух понятых, которые узнав суть дела, тоже отказались подписывать эту галиматью. Словом, дежурный нашел какого-то трясущегося парня, который и стал понятым для нас, троих незаконно задержанных.

Мне иногда кажется, что своей некомпетентностью сотрудники УВД перешагнули все мыслимые и немыслимые границы. Гнать их в шею надо...
http://evasiljeva.livejournal.com/30418.html

Да, провокации бывают разные. Но эта, о которой я узнала и писала ниже, облетела весь мир. Ну и идиоты же эти провокаторы. Не устаю удивляться.

http://www.omct.org/index.php?id=&lang=e
ng&actualPageNumber=1&articleSet=Appeal&articleId=8621

Russian Federation: Fear for the safety of Ms. Elena Vasiljeva, a political activist
Case RUS 250609
Harassment and threats/ Fear for safety

The International Secretariat of the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT) requests your URGENT intervention in the following situation in the Russian Federation.
Brief description of the situation

The International Secretariat of OMCT has been informed by the Russian-Chechen Friendship Society (RCFS), a member of OMCT SOS-Torture Network, about the concerns for the safety of Ms. Elena Vasiljeva, a member of the United Civic Front, Murmansk branch, and the Solidarity Movement, following several acts of harassment and threats.

According to the information received, on 5 April 2009, Ms. Elena Vasiljeva was on the train back from the Solidarity Mouvement meeting that was held in Tambov, when she was allegedly assaulted by a man who had reportedly previously followed her in Tambov. He reportedly hit her in the chest and said « we will make you break the habit of visiting Tambov region », following which she fainted and was brought to the hospital in Michurinsk where she stayed until 7 April 2009 (she had later to be hospitalized again for two weeks until 18 May 2009). It is also reported that before departing Tambov, train railway station policemen tried to detain Ms. Elena Vasiljeva, arguing that they had received the order. However, when a colleague of Ms. Elena Vasiljeva called the Tambov officer-on-duty at the Prosecutor‘s Office to inquire about the alleged order, the policemen gave Ms. Elena Vasiljeva her documents and rail ticket back.

At the hospital, Ms. Elena Vasiljeva was reportedly questioned by a police officer, reportedly deputy head at the Prosecutor’s Office of Michurinsk, on the event. When she mentioned that she had recognized her assailant as a man who she saw with the police patrol at Tamabov train station, the deputy head reportedly did not take notice and said that he would know who it was. He would have reportedly added that the most secure method to kill is to throw the person off the train and that her assailant had chosen an unusual way to get rid of somebody.

Furthermore, according to the same information, on 14 May 2009, Michurinsk police refused to open a criminal case into the assault, reportedly because "it was not possible to identify the person who allegedly attacked Ms. Vasiljeva”. The police document also reportedly mentioned that she has participated in various protests in Murmansk region and she is a notorious anti-government protester, having heart and alcohol problems. The document further reportedly concludes that there are no grounds to believe that Ms. Vasiljeva was assaulted. 

Later on 20 May 2009, Ms. Vasiljeva’s flat was reportedly raided by the police and her computer seized. According to the same information, beginning of June 2009, relatives and colleagues of Ms. Elena Vasiljeva received emails from an unknown sender informing about her alleged death.

The International Secretariat of OMCT is gravely concerned for the physical and psychological integrity of Ms. Elena Vasiljeva following these events. OMCT calls on the competent authorities to carry out a prompt, effective, thorough, independent and impartial investigation into these events, the results of which must be made public, in order to bring those responsible before a competent, independent and impartial tribunal and apply penal, civil and/or administrative sanctions as provided by law. OMCT further calls on the authorities to stop the acts of harassment and threats against Ms. Elena Vasiljeva which seem to merely target her political activities. OMCT has already documented cases of Russian political activists who have been subjected to ill-treatment up to extrajudicial killing because of their activities.
Action requested

Please write to the authorities in the Russian Federation urging them to:
Guarantee, in all circumstances, the physical and psychological integrity of Ms. Elena Vasiljeva;
Carry out a prompt, effective, thorough, independent and impartial investigation into these events, in particular the allegations of ill-treatment and threats, the results of which must be made public, in order to bring those responsible before a competent, independent and impartial tribunal and apply penal, civil and/or administrative sanctions as provided by law;
Ensure that adequate, effective and prompt reparation, including adequate compensation, proper medical care and rehabilitation, is granted to the victim;
Ensure the respect of human rights and fundamental freedoms throughout the country in accordance with national laws and international human rights standards.
Addresses
Dmitry Anatolyevich Medvedev, President of the Russian Federation, Kremlin, Moscow, Russia, Faxes:+ 7 495 206 5173 / 230 2408, Email: president@gov.ru;
Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation, Mr. Yuri Chayka,, 125993, Moskva K-31, Ul. B. Dimitrovka, d 15a, Russian Federation, Fax: + 7 (495)692-17-25;
Chairwoman of the Presidential Human Rights Commission of the Russian Federation, Ella Pamfilova, 103132 g. Moskva, Staraya ploshchad, d 8/5,pod 3, Russian Federation, Fax: +7 495 20 64 855;
Vladimir Lukin, Russian Federal Ombudsman for Human Rights, Fax: +7 495 207-74-70;
Minister of Internal Affairs, Rashid Nurgaliev, ul. Zhitnaya, 16, 117049 Moscow, Russian Federation, Telegram: Rossiia, 117049, Moskva, Fax: + 7 495 237 49 25;
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sergey Lavrov, Smolenskaya-Sennaya pl, 32/34, 121200 Moscow, Russian Federation, Telegram: Fax:+ 7 495 230 21 30;
Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations in Geneva Av. de la Paix 15, CH-1211, Geneva 20, Switzerland, e-mail : mission.russian@ties.itu.int, fax: +4122 734 40 44;

Please also write to the diplomatic representations of the Russian Federation in your respective countries.


Russian Federation: Fear for the safety of Ms. Elena Vasiljeva, a political activist
Case RUS 250609
Harassment and threats/ Fear for safety

The International Secretariat of the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT) requests your URGENT intervention in the following situation in the Russian Federation.
Brief description of the situation

The International Secretariat of OMCT has been informed by the Russian-Chechen Friendship Society (RCFS), a member of OMCT SOS-Torture Network, about the concerns for the safety of Ms. Elena Vasiljeva, a member of the United Civic Front, Murmansk branch, and the Solidarity Movement, following several acts of harassment and threats.

According to the information received, on 5 April 2009, Ms. Elena Vasiljeva was on the train back from the Solidarity Mouvement meeting that was held in Tambov, when she was allegedly assaulted by a man who had reportedly previously followed her in Tambov. He reportedly hit her in the chest and said « we will make you break the habit of visiting Tambov region », following which she fainted and was brought to the hospital in Michurinsk where she stayed until 7 April 2009 (she had later to be hospitalized again for two weeks until 18 May 2009). It is also reported that before departing Tambov, train railway station policemen tried to detain Ms. Elena Vasiljeva, arguing that they had received the order. However, when a colleague of Ms. Elena Vasiljeva called the Tambov officer-on-duty at the Prosecutor‘s Office to inquire about the alleged order, the policemen gave Ms. Elena Vasiljeva her documents and rail ticket back.

At the hospital, Ms. Elena Vasiljeva was reportedly questioned by a police officer, reportedly deputy head at the Prosecutor’s Office of Michurinsk, on the event. When she mentioned that she had recognized her assailant as a man who she saw with the police patrol at Tamabov train station, the deputy head reportedly did not take notice and said that he would know who it was. He would have reportedly added that the most secure method to kill is to throw the person off the train and that her assailant had chosen an unusual way to get rid of somebody.

Furthermore, according to the same information, on 14 May 2009, Michurinsk police refused to open a criminal case into the assault, reportedly because "it was not possible to identify the person who allegedly attacked Ms. Vasiljeva”. The police document also reportedly mentioned that she has participated in various protests in Murmansk region and she is a notorious anti-government protester, having heart and alcohol problems. The document further reportedly concludes that there are no grounds to believe that Ms. Vasiljeva was assaulted. 

Later on 20 May 2009, Ms. Vasiljeva’s flat was reportedly raided by the police and her computer seized. According to the same information, beginning of June 2009, relatives and colleagues of Ms. Elena Vasiljeva received emails from an unknown sender informing about her alleged death.

The International Secretariat of OMCT is gravely concerned for the physical and psychological integrity of Ms. Elena Vasiljeva following these events. OMCT calls on the competent authorities to carry out a prompt, effective, thorough, independent and impartial investigation into these events, the results of which must be made public, in order to bring those responsible before a competent, independent and impartial tribunal and apply penal, civil and/or administrative sanctions as provided by law. OMCT further calls on the authorities to stop the acts of harassment and threats against Ms. Elena Vasiljeva which seem to merely target her political activities. OMCT has already documented cases of Russian political activists who have been subjected to ill-treatment up to extrajudicial killing because of their activities.
Action requested

Please write to the authorities in the Russian Federation urging them to:
Guarantee, in all circumstances, the physical and psychological integrity of Ms. Elena Vasiljeva;
Carry out a prompt, effective, thorough, independent and impartial investigation into these events, in particular the allegations of ill-treatment and threats, the results of which must be made public, in order to bring those responsible before a competent, independent and impartial tribunal and apply penal, civil and/or administrative sanctions as provided by law;
Ensure that adequate, effective and prompt reparation, including adequate compensation, proper medical care and rehabilitation, is granted to the victim;
Ensure the respect of human rights and fundamental freedoms throughout the country in accordance with national laws and international human rights standards.
Addresses
Dmitry Anatolyevich Medvedev, President of the Russian Federation, Kremlin, Moscow, Russia, Faxes:+ 7 495 206 5173 / 230 2408, Email: president@gov.ru;
Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation, Mr. Yuri Chayka,, 125993, Moskva K-31, Ul. B. Dimitrovka, d 15a, Russian Federation, Fax: + 7 (495)692-17-25;
Chairwoman of the Presidential Human Rights Commission of the Russian Federation, Ella Pamfilova, 103132 g. Moskva, Staraya ploshchad, d 8/5,pod 3, Russian Federation, Fax: +7 495 20 64 855;
Vladimir Lukin, Russian Federal Ombudsman for Human Rights, Fax: +7 495 207-74-70;
Minister of Internal Affairs, Rashid Nurgaliev, ul. Zhitnaya, 16, 117049 Moscow, Russian Federation, Telegram: Rossiia, 117049, Moskva, Fax: + 7 495 237 49 25;
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sergey Lavrov, Smolenskaya-Sennaya pl, 32/34, 121200 Moscow, Russian Federation, Telegram: Fax:+ 7 495 230 21 30;
Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations in Geneva Av. de la Paix 15, CH-1211, Geneva 20, Switzerland, e-mail : mission.russian@ties.itu.int, fax: +4122 734 40 44;

Please also write to the diplomatic representations of the Russian Federation in your respective countries.


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