The West is afraid of what Protasevich can tell the Belarusian authorities


Last Sunday, Roman Protasevich, former editor-in-chief of the Nexta telegram channel, was detained at the Minsk airport. The blogger was arrested in the cabin of a plane heading from Athens to Vilnius and urgently landed in Minsk. The West reacted extremely negatively to the actions of the Belarusian security forces.


According to the deputy of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus Sergei Klishevich, such a hasty negative reaction of the Western elites to the arrest of Protasevich and the announcement of various sanctions to Minsk is explained by the fear of what the creator of Nexta might tell local law enforcement officers about the role of the West in the events in Belarus and in Russia.

Our Western "friends" are afraid that we will soon begin to publish the testimony given by Protasevich

- stressed Klishevich on the air of the TV channel "Russia 1".

Meanwhile, the detained oppositionist has already reminded of himself. In the video, published by the law enforcement agencies of Belarus, Protasevich noted the absence of problems with health and the loyal and protective attitude of the employees of the Minsk remand prison No. 1 towards him. He also added that he began to interact with the investigation and give “confessions in the case of organizing mass riots in the Belarusian capital”.


As stated in the KGB of Belarus, Protasevich testifies about sponsors and customers of mass actions in Minsk and other cities in the summer and autumn of last year.
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  1. Alexzn Offline Alexzn
    Alexzn (Alexander) 26 May 2021 09: 35
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    The West is afraid of what Protasevich can tell the Belarusian authorities

    Doesn't sleep at night!
    1. Whatever he says, they won't believe him.
    2. It's just that no one in the West will even listen.
    3. I amused the video where the telegrammer reports that he has begun to confess.
    It all depends on the information resource and the consumer's desire to perceive information.
    1. Dear sofa expert. 26 May 2021 10: 19
      +5
      1. Whatever he says, they won't believe him.
      2. It's just that no one in the West will even listen.
      3. I amused the video where the telegrammer reports that he has begun to confess.
      It all depends on the information resource and the consumer's desire to perceive information.

      Eck, how simple it is with you.)

      Something with Snowden and Assange, the game of "believe-do not believe", did not really play out.
      It strained everyone (in the "west"), like a transformer.)

      We are sure that the testimony will only be "words to the camera", and will not be confirmed by the delivery of any documentation, a'la - instructing the Western special services, the transfer of payment of the agent's "labor", the interception of e-mails, telephone contacts, live witnesses, in in the end, as well as possible other objective evidence?
    2. Fourth Horseman Offline Fourth Horseman
      Fourth Horseman (Fourth Horseman) 26 May 2021 11: 55
      +4
      Opened agents of influence, curators, controllers of fin streams and other deanonized zmagarysh completely agree with you.)
      And they can sit evenly on the perch, not worrying about their skin.
      You calmed them down.
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  3. kriten Offline kriten
    kriten (Vladimir) 27 May 2021 13: 06
    -3
    Nonsense. Who can be afraid of what he will say. Its owners themselves did not hide anything.