Suspension of Case Against Mikhail Naritsa, 31 May 1976 (41.1)

Released on 7 May 1976 after signing a promise not to leave Jelgava [Latvian SSR] (CCE 40.15 "News in Brief"), Mikhail NARITSA was summoned by the town's procurator on 31 May. The investigator Grasis was also present during their conversation. Announcing that the case had been suspended, the Procurator emphasized that this was being done … Continue reading Suspension of Case Against Mikhail Naritsa, 31 May 1976 (41.1)

The Right to Leave, August 1980 (57.18)

..., Germans, Pentecostalists, Those who have left (Moscow, Leningrad, Voronezh; Yarym-Agayev; Women and Russia). GERMANS For two years Alexander Bous, a resident of Chelyabinsk, has been trying to emigrate with his father, mother and brother. On 1 and 2 April an article entitled “Spiritual emigres” was published in the newspaper Chelyabinsk Worker. The main attack … Continue reading The Right to Leave, August 1980 (57.18)