Leonid Plyushch is Released to go Abroad, December 1975 (38.9)

<<No 38 : 31 December 1975>> In October there were more meetings and demonstrations on behalf of Leonid Plyushch in the West. In a letter Malva Landa called on those who participated in such actions not to slacken their efforts to obtain Plyushch's release. Tatyana Khodorovich and Plyushch's wife Tatyana Zhitnikova sent an expression of … Continue reading Leonid Plyushch is Released to go Abroad, December 1975 (38.9)

The Situation of Leonid Plyushch, March 1975 (35.1)

<<No 36 : 31 May 1975>> “On 27 December 1974 Leonid Plyushch’s injections were stopped. As a result of the suspension of treatment Plyushch’s health at once improved somewhat. However, he was not transferred from the surveillance ward.” With these words ended the report on Plyushch in CCE 34.9. In January they again prescribed a … Continue reading The Situation of Leonid Plyushch, March 1975 (35.1)

In the Psychiatric Hospitals, December 1974 (34.9)

Vladimir Trifonov (see CCE 26.5) is now undergoing compulsory treatment in the Leningrad Special Psychiatric Hospital (he was charged under Article 190-1 of the RSFSR Criminal Code); he has been diagnosed as suffering from paranoia. He does not consider himself ill, and in recent years has been refusing to go to sessions of the psychiatric … Continue reading In the Psychiatric Hospitals, December 1974 (34.9)

Persecution of the Action Group for the Defence of Civil Rights, October 1969 (10.4)

«No 10 : 31 October 1969» The act of a group of Soviet citizens [CCE 8.10] in appealing to an international organization, the United Nations, and protesting against violations in the Soviet Union of basic civil rights and Soviet laws, has become the subject of investigations by the KGB and the Procuracy. The Chronicle has … Continue reading Persecution of the Action Group for the Defence of Civil Rights, October 1969 (10.4)

Additions to the list of extra-judicial repression in 1968 (5.3)

<<No 5 : 31 December 1968>> FIRST ADDITION Concerning individuals named in the second issue of the Chronicle [CCE 2.1; nos in square brackets refer to their place in that list]. Boris Balter [8] – excluded from the Party by the Moscow City Committee of the CPSU. Yury Tsekhmistrenko [77] – it was mistakenly reported … Continue reading Additions to the list of extra-judicial repression in 1968 (5.3)