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Support Russian anti-war prisoners

These prisoners have been jailed due to anti-war protests or opinions. They have a wide variety of positions, but all of them are against the Russian attack against Ukraine. There are more prisoners than whom we know the addresses. This list was compiled by Ivan Astashin. 

Please translate your letters to Russian for example with Google translate, as currently letters in other languages except Russian are very seldom accepted in Russian prisons. 

There are currently more prisoners in the prisoner list of the Anarchist Black Cross Moscow than we are able to actively support, as well as not being able to establish or maintain contact with supporters of all of these prisoners. In case you want to support a particular prisoner via us, please write to us first in order to ask if we are in contact with the supporters of this prisoner. 
 

Anastasiya Levashova

Anastasiya Levashova is a student who on the first day of the war, 24th February, joined the anti-war protest and threw a Molotov cocktail against the police. She was sentenced to two years in prison with charges of using violence against state representatives. She has not yet been transferred to a prison colony. 

Address:

Anastasiya Mihaylovna Levashova
Sizo-6, ul. Shosseynaya 92, 109383 Moscow Russia
 

 

 

Vladimir Sergeev

Vladimir Sergeev was arrested in an anti-war action on the 6th of March 2022. Molotov cocktails were discovered in his backpack. When detained, Vladimir made a suicide attempt with a lethal dose of methadone. Police transferred him quickly to a hospital, and he recovered after spending several days in a coma. 

After he woke up from the coma he was charged with ”preparation of hooliganism” and arrested. Now also charges of ”preparation of terrorism” have been added, and he might be sentenced for up to 10 years in prison. He is now in the infamous Butyrka prison of Moscow. 

Address: 
Vladimir Andreevich Sergeev 1985 g.r.
SIZO-2, ul. Novoslobodskaya 45, 
127055 Moscow, Russia
 

 

Anton Zhuchkov

Anton is a friend of Vladimir Sergeev, they were arrested together in the anti-war action on the 6th of March. When detained, Anton made a suicide attempt with a lethal dose of methadone. Police transferred him quickly to a hospital, and he recovered after spending several days in a coma. 

After he woke up from the coma, he was charged with ”preparation of hooliganism” and arrested. Now also charges of ”preparation of terrorism” have been added, and he might be sentenced for up to 10 years in prison. He is now in the infamous Butyrka prison of Moscow. Anton does not have relatives, and he has grown up in institutions. 

Anton Aleksandrovich Zhuchkov, 1983 g.r. 
SIZO-2, ul. Novoslobodskaya 45, 
127055 Moscow, Russia

Zakhar Tatuyko

Was sentenced to 1 year and 4 months in a prison colony for grabbing a law enforcement official in an anti-war meeting in Saint-Petersburg. 

Address: 
Zakhar Aleksandrovich Tatuyko 1997 g.r.
SIZO-1 Koplinskaya ul. 9
196655 Sankt-Peterburg Russia

Valeriy Valerevich Dubenyuk

Was accused of pushing a police officer in an anti-war action in St. Petersburg, and sentenced to one year in a prison colony. 

Address: 
Valeriy Valerevich Dubenyuk, 1992 g.r.
SIZO-1 Kolpinskaya ul. g. Kolpino
196655 Sankt-Peterburg

Igor Aleksandrovich Maltsev

Is accused of participating in an action where a dummy soldier was burned in St. Petersburg.

Address: 
Maltsev Igor Aleksandrovich 1999 g.r.  
SIZO-1 Kolpinskaya ul. g. Kolpino
196655 Sankt-Peterburg

Vladimir Kara-Murza

Is accused of ”Spreading fake information about use of Russian armed forces”, a new law against speaking about the war in Russia.

Address: 
Vladimir Vladimirovich Kara-Murza 1981 g.r.
SIZO-5 ul. Vyborgskaya d. 20
125130 Moscow Russia

 

Alexei Gorinov

Is accused of ”Spreading fake information about the use of Russian armed forces”, a new law against speaking about the war in Russia.

Address: 
Alexei Aleksandrovich Gorinov 1961 g.r.
SIZO-1 ul. Matrosskaya tishina d. 18
107076 Moscow Russia

 

Richard Rouz

Is accused of ”Spreading fake information about the use of Russian armed forces”, a new law against speaking about the war in Russia.

Richard Rouz
Richard Richardovich Rouz, 1985 g.r.
SIZO-1 ul. Mopra d. 
610004 Kirov, Russia
 

 

Aleksandra Skochilenko

Is accused of ”Spreading fake information about the use of Russian armed forces”, by attaching stickers informing about the destruction in Ukraine to supermarket price tags. 

Address:
Aleksandra Yurevna Skochilenko 1990 g.r.
SIZO-5, ul. Arsenalnaya d. 11 
195009 Sankt-Peterburg Russia

 

Mariya Ponomarenko

Is accused of ”Spreading fake information about use of the Russian armed forces”, a new law against speaking about the war in Russia.

Address: 

Mariya Nikolaevna Ponomarenko, 1978 g.r. 
SIZO-1 Kanatnyi pr-d 81 g. Barnaul
656021, Altayskiy kray Russia
 

 

Mikhail Afanasev

Is accused of ”Spreading fake information about use of the Russian armed forces”, a new law against speaking about the war in Russia.

Address: 
SIZO-1, kv. Molodezhnyi 22B
g. Abakan, Respublika Khakasiya, 655017 Russia
Mikhail Vyacheslavovich Afanasev 1976 g.r. 
 

Altan Ochipov

Is accused of ”Spreading fake information about the use of Russian armed forces”, a new law against speaking about the war in Russia.

Address: 
Ochirov Altan Sanhimovich 1981 g.r. 
SIZO-1 zhiloy kvartal Severnyi 9 g. Elista
358007 Respublika Kalmykiya

Aleksandr Nozdrinov

Is accused of ”Spreading fake information about the use of Russian armed forces”, a new law against speaking about the war in Russia.

Address: 
Nizdrinov Aleksandr Analolevich 1985 g.r.
SIZO-2 ul. Pugacheva 32, g. Armavir,  
352909  Krasnodarskiy Kray Russia

Sergey Mikhaylov

Is accused of ”Spreading fake information about use of the Russian armed forces”, a new law against speaking about the war in Russia.

Address: 
Sergey Sergeevich Mikhaylov
SIZO-1, ul. Gornaya 15, s. Kyzyl-Ozek
649 105 Respublika Altay, Russia

Vadim Aleksandrovich Ignashov

Ukrainian sailor who was kidnapped by the Russian security service FSB on board a ship under the flag of Portugal in the port of Vladivostok. Is accused of ”Calls to extremist activities”. 

Address: 
Vadim Aleksandrovich Ignashov 1997 g.r. 
SIZO-1, Partizanskiy prospekt 27 ”b”
690106 Vladivostok Russia

Kirill Martyushev

According to the prosecution, maintained a telegram channel with negative assessment of the ”special military operation” in Ukraine, and called Tyumen inhabitants to hit the streets. Is accused of ”calls to extremist activities''. 

Address:
Kirill Igorevich Martyushev 1999 g.r.
SIZO-1 ul. Yalutorovskaya 42 str. 2 
625000 Tyumen Russia
 

Andrey Boyarshinov
Activist from Kazan. According to human rights activists, is accused of ”calls to terrorist activities” in telegram channell ”Protesting Kazan”. 

Address for letters. 
Andrey Vladimirovich Boyarshinov 1984 g.r. 
SIZO-1, ul. Yapeeva d. 16
520111 g. Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia

Aleksey Rozhkov

Is accused of throwing a molotov cocktail to a military call-up center in a suburb of Yekaterinburg, and charged of ”attempted murder”. 

Aleksey Igorevich Rozhkov
SIZO-1 ul. Repina 4
620019 g. Yekaterinburg Russia

Bulat Saylaevich Shumekov

Is accused of ”Spreading fake information about the use of Russian armed forces”, a new law against speaking about the war in Russia.

Shumekov Bulat Saylaevich 1991 g.r.
SIZO-2 ul. Polosukhina 3 g. Novokuznetsk
654034 Kemerovskaya oblast Russia

Aleksey Nechushkin

Is accused of crashing a car to the police fence in an anti-war protest on the 27th of February, and then lighting the car on fire. Car was painted with the words ”People, rise up”, and ”This is war”. Is charged with ”Hooliganism”. Now held in Butyrka prison of Moscow. 

Address:
Aleksey Vladimirovich Nechushkin 1983 g.r.  
SIZO-2, ul. Novoslobodskaya d. 45 
127055 Moscow Russia

Mikhail Markovich Kavun

Before the war Mikhail was traveling around Ukraine with a motorbike, and donating to local human rights organizations. Now he is in a Russian remand prison, accused of financing the ”Right Sector”. 

Address for letters:
Mikhail Markovich Kavun
SIZO-7 ul. Verkhnie polya d. 57
109382 Moscow Russia

Vitali Koltsov

Is accused with throwing a molotov cocktail towards a police car and is charged with ”attempt on the life of a law enforcement official”. 

Address:
Vitaliy Vitalevich Koltsov
SIZO-7 ul. Verkhie polya d. 57
109382 Moscow Russia

Olga Smirnova

Is accused of ”Spreading fake information about the use of Russian armed forces”, a new law against speaking about the war in Russia.

Address:
Olga Borisovna Smirnova 1968 g.r.
SIZO-5 ul. Arsenalynaya d. 11
195009 Sankt-Peterburg Russia

Viktoriya Petrova

Is accused of ”Spreading fake information about the use of Russian armed forces”, a new law against speaking about the war in Russia.

Address: 
Viktoriya Ruslanovna Petrova 1995 g.r.
SIZO-5 ul. Arsenalynaya d. 11
195009 Sankt-Peterburg Russia

Boris Romanov

Is accused of ”Spreading fake information about the use of Russian armed forces”, a new law against speaking about the war in Russia.

Address: 
Boris Borisovich Romanov 1985 g.r.
SIZO-6, ul. Zerachnaya d. 22 tupik
MO Villozskoe gorodskoe poselenie
Lomonosovskiy rayon
188508 Leningradskaya oblast Russia

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