May 5, 2016 –
Alexander Rostovtsev, PolitNavigator –
Translated by J. Arnoldski
On May 3rd, on the social network VKontakte, activists from the anti-fascist resistance group “Dnepropetrovsk Partisans” published a list of DPR, LPR, and Russian citizens who have been kidnapped, arrested, or illegally detained in isolation cells and SBU “cellars” in the Dnepropetrovsk region.
As has been reported, the list was part of an operation aided by agents on the territories temporarily occupied by the Banderites in the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics. The identities of the list’s detainees have been confidential since investigations against them are being conducted exclusively by SBU organs.
It has been emphasized that, among other things, the lists contain the identifying data of individuals who until recently were considered to be missing. For obvious reasons, this category of arrested persons did not appear on the lists of exchanges. Now, these people have a chance.
The “Dnepropetrovsk Partisans” do not intend to rest on their laurels, and are planning to get a hold of the list of all prisoners of war and civilian opponents of the Kiev junta who have been arrested or convicted in the Kherson, Odessa, Nikolaev, Zaporozhye, and Kiev regions. Similar work for arrested and missing persons in Kharkov has been carried out by the “Kharkov Partisans.”
“A ‘household’ separatist: defiles national symbols and awaits the coming of the ‘Russian World.’ Punishment: 7-12 years deprivation of freedom (st. 110 Criminal Code of Ukraine), If you’ve seen or heard anything, call the SBU’s hotline:…”
I can only imagine how difficult and dangerous the work of the Dnepropetrovsk Partisans might be in the conditions of such a city that has been crushed and submitted to the total control of the oligarch Kolomoysky’s bandits. Conducting such operations, weeding out, and highlighting people for cooperation, especially those informed on the occupied territories of the LPR and DPR must be a real task with all the accompanying, dire consequences. After all, they are operating there, where people and residential areas are at the mercy of nationalist gangs and drunk soldiers, in the “gray area” where there are no laws in effect and where thugs and sadists can freely kidnap people, put them in basements or “cellars” without entering any of this into official documentation.
“Political prisoners, murders and investigations, journalist-hunts, torture and war crimes”
If someone thinks that such work is microscopic, and that we shouldn’t busy ourselves with identifying arrested persons and digging up lists, but should instead draw our swords and rush into battle, then I have to disappoint you. It is precisely such work with people and for the sake of people that is very important today – like the work of the clandestine “Red Chapel” croup inside Hitler’s Reich. Sometimes it may seem that evil has triumphed and that darkness is engulfing everything, and that there is no-one to resist. But constant, clandestine, painstaking work is what undermines Banderite Carthage no less than military strikes against them. Yet another closely guarded secret has become public knowledge. This is a chance to nail the bastards with concrete knowledge and publicity so that it will be more difficult for the Banderite “security” forces to create arbitrariness and lawlessness.
Those wishing to familiarize themselves with the information achieved by the Dnepropetrovsk Partisans can go to the following links and easily find the two lists of those arrested, separated into those from the DPR and LPR in both MS Excel and PDF formats: