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Tuesday, 28 May 2013

POLITICAL LETTER

Appeals from Russian political prisoner
 
Dear friends! With my deepest gratitude I am thinking of you, all of you who signed the petition for my release. Here, in the jail cell number 525, I am in debt, eternal dept to all of you.

Alas, the fight for a freedom of a political prisoner, in Russia, under the regime, in these times, is a inhumanly difficult task, almost unrealistic. This is why I am writing to you, especially to those who lives outside of Russia. But also to those living in Russia, as the Internet now provides a broad communication pathway to the free world for all the progressive and civilized people of Russia.

Here is why I am asking all of you for a big favour:

The time is running out before my "trial" starts. I am asking you to make as much effort as possible to alert people, especially in Europe, in the US, and everywhere where people with conscience are still in majority and can influence the politics. To make them aware of this intolerable, obscene, shameless political persecution. A second trial against one sick and disabled person, facing 10 years in jail for his thoughts, his views and his words. To contact the Western press, politicians, human rights defenders, to all the publicity figures of the free worlds asking them to pressure Moscow to drop the charges. To make my trial as public as possible.

Their strength is in silence, and ours in publicity. Everyone knows this old truth. The coming "trial" is in itself a sufficient reason to start a public campaign. It is the only thing which might help: to break the wall of silence created in Russia around this process.

Of course, they are not going to release me, this is impossible. However, a powerful and loud public campaign, if launched before the "court decision" has been made, might help at least to reduce my prison term. Maybe they get scared due to unexpected publicity in the free world and make my punishment smaller, like it happened in 2012 with the "Pussy Riot" trial. Even 7 years instead of 10, - for any person serving a term in a Russian prison camp, this makes a great difference.

Unfortunately, now i would expect a sentence of around 10,5 years in a prison camp according to the "political" law articles 205.2, 280 and 282. Taking into account my "recurrence", my former conviction, my refusal to confess, complete refusal to "repent" and to "ask for excuse", my sentence must be the worst possible, with absolutely no hope for any mercy. To be honest, due physical, medical, and material reasons i have no hope to survive for 10 years in a prison camp and come out alive in Putin's Russia.

Of course, if everyone's going to keep silence...

You are my last resort. Your efforts can not just help to reduce my term, but to save my life.

Thank you very much, my friends, for the past and for the future...

Yours truly,
Boris Stomakhin, the political prisoner.

May 12, 2013.
"Medvedkovo" prison
Moscow, Russia.

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