The Trial of Alexander Podrabinek, 15 August 1978 (50.7)

<<No. 50 : November 1978>> This section has been compiled largely from the Information Bulletin of the Working Commission to Investigate the Use of Psychiatry for Political Purposes, Nos. 9 (9 June 1978), 10 (10 August) and 11, a special edition about the trial.[note 1] Arrest and Investigation Alexander Podrabinek was arrested at the flat … Continue reading The Trial of Alexander Podrabinek, 15 August 1978 (50.7)

The Trial of Vyacheslav Bakhmin, 22-24 September 1980 (58.2)

<<No 58 : November 1980>> From 22 to 24 September the Moscow City Court, presided over by N.A. Baikova, heard the case of Vyacheslav Ivanovich BAKHMIN, a member of the Working Commission to Investigate the Use of Psychiatry for Political Purposes. Bakhmin (b. 1947; arrested on 12 February 1980, CCE 56.4) was charged under Article … Continue reading The Trial of Vyacheslav Bakhmin, 22-24 September 1980 (58.2)

Political Prisoners, 1 February 1987 (KGB report)

<<Other texts and documents>> KGB report to Gorbachev (Bukovsky Archives online). The numbers then serving a sentence under Articles 70,  190-1 and 142 of the RSFSR Criminal Code. One third held in psychiatric institutions; encouraging applications for a pardon from such prisoners; terms of release terms eased [Russian 1 Feb 87, 183-Ch] (9 pp)  Excerpts. … Continue reading Political Prisoners, 1 February 1987 (KGB report)

The Trial of Dzheppar Akimov, 21-28 November 1972 (31.1)

<<No 31 : 17 May 1974 >> Tashkent Region Court, 21-28 November 1972: Charges: Article 190-1 of the RSFSR criminal code, Article 191-4 of the Uzbek criminal code, Article 203-1 of the Tadzhik criminal code. Sentence: 3 years’ imprisonment in an ordinary-regime camp. Judge M.M. Maksumov, and assessors N.A. Korzh and M. Kamilova; prosecutor – … Continue reading The Trial of Dzheppar Akimov, 21-28 November 1972 (31.1)

Trials in Estonia and Sochi, April and July 1971 (20.8)

«No 20 : 2 July 1971» TALLINN. In April Vladimir Vasilevich Eikhvald, a radio engineer aged 57, was judged to be of unsound mind by an in-patient, forensic-psychiatric examination.  For the institution of proceedings against Eikhvald under Article 194-1 of the Estonian Criminal Code, equivalent to Article 190-1 of the Russian Code (CCE 18.10,  item … Continue reading Trials in Estonia and Sochi, April and July 1971 (20.8)