Aleksandr Podrabinek on the case of Sergei Krivov: Protesting to the very end (Ezhednevnyi zhurnal)

posted 25 Nov 2013, 04:11 by Rights in Russia   [ updated 25 Nov 2013, 23:36 ]
22 November 2013

By Aleksandr Podrabinek 

Source: Ezhednevnyi zhurnal

People react in different ways to arbitrary judicial proceedings. Some freeze in fear and ask for mercy, like Konstantin Lebedev. Others, not trusting the courts, calmly seek to stand up for what is right, like most of the Bolotnaya prisoners. A third reaction is to throw oneself into the struggle against this lawlessness, putting everything at stake, including one’s own life. That has been the path taken by Sergei Krivov. [Read more]