Vitalia Bondarenko was sentenced to 4 years in prison in the frame of the case of mass unrest in Brest.

Vitalia Bondarenko was sentenced to 4 years in prison in the frame of the case of mass unrest in Brest. The girl is turning 19 in a few weeks.


Vitalia was accused of participating in mass unrests – the after-election protest. She was supposed to be judged in February with the other 9 accused, but the girl managed to go abroad.


On February 27th she was back for the conviction to say goodbye to her boyfriend Denis Hozey, who was one of the accused. She was detained on March 1st and put in the detention center. In total, 13 people were convicted. All of them were recognized as political prisoners. Judge


Andrey Grushko determined the sentence as the government prosecution wanted: all of the convicted got from 3 to 5 years in prison.

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