11.17 Appendix – repressive measures in 1969

No 11 : 31 December 1969

The Chronicle gives a list of [62] persons known to have been subjected to repression for political reasons in 1969. [Note: the laws indicated refer to the Russian Criminal Code. In the other fourteen Union Republics Article 70 and Article 190-1 have a different numeration.]

[This list was corrected and greatly expanded in a Supplement to No 17, issued in January 1971]

MOSCOW

  1. Vyacheslav Bakhmin.
  2. Vladimir Gershuni, Article 190-1(medically diagnosed as being of unsound mind)
  3. Natalya Gorbanevskaya, Article 190-1.
  4. Ilya Gabai, Article 190-1.
  5. Olga loffe.
  6. Victor Krasin, five years’ exile
    (Decree of the Presidium of the Russian Supreme Soviet of 4 May 1961).
  7. Irina Kaplun.
  8. Victor Kuznetsov, Article 70 (judged by a court to be of unsound mind and
    interned in the prison-hospital in Kazan).
  9. A. E. Levitin (Krasnov), Article 190-1.
  10. Valeria Novodvorskaya, Article 70.
  11. Mikhail Ryzhik, Moscow Region.
  12. Sarychev, Article 206, para. 2,
  13. Irina Belogorodskaya, Article 190-1, one year.
  14. Ilya Burmistrovich, Article 190-1, three years.

LENINGRAD

  1. Vladimir Borisov, Article 190-1 (compulsory treatment in a special hospital).
  2. Yury Levin, Article 70.
  3. Boris Mityashin, Article 70.
  4. Slavinsky.
  5. Boris Shilkrot, Article 70 (medically diagnosed as being of unsound mind).

KIEV

  1. Nikolai Berislavsky, Article 70, two years six months in strict-regime camps.
  2. Bakhtiyarov, Article 70.
  3. I. Grishchuk.
  4. Boris Kochubievsky, Article 190-1, three years.
  5. V. Kondryukov, Article 70.
  6. V. Karpenko, Article 70.
  7. Nazarenko, Article 70.

TASHKENT

  1. Svetlana Ametova, Article 190-1, term – pre-trial detention (one year).
  2. Reshit Bairamov, Article 190-1, three years.
  3. Aider Bariyev, Article 190-1, one and a half years.
  4. R. Gafarov, Article 190-1, one year.
  5. Pyotr Grigorenko, Article 190-1 (medically diagnosed to be of unsound mind).
  6. Mustafa Dzhemilev, Article 190-1.
  7. Rollan Kadiyev, Article 190-1, three years.
  8. H. Umerov, Article 190-1, term – pre-trial detention (one year).
  9. M. Khalilova, Article 190-1, term – pre-trial detention (one year).
  10. I. Khairov, Article 190-1, one and a half years.
  11. I. Yazydzhiyev, Article 190-1, one year.
  12. R. Eminov, Article 190-1, six months corrective labour.

KHARKOV

  1. Genrikh Altunyan, Article 190-1, three years.
  2. Arkady Levin, Article 190-1.
  3. Vladimir Ponomaryov, Article 190-1.

RIGA

  1. Erik Danne, Article 70.
  2. Menders, Article 70 (five years strict-regime).
  3. Ilya Rips, Article 70 (judged to be of unsound mind for attempted self-immolation).
  4. Ivan Yakhimovich, Article 190-1.

SIMFEROPOL

  • Gomer Bayev, Article 190-1, two years.

VLADIMIR

  • Vladimir Borisov (not to be confused with V. Borisov from Leningrad), Article 190-1,
    medically diagnosed as being of unsound mind.

TALLIN

  1. Gennady Gavrilov, Article 70.
  2. Kosarev, Article 70.
  3. Teet Kallas, Article 70.
  4. Paramonov, Article 70.

GORKY

  1. S. Ponomaryov, Article 190-1.
  2. Vladlen Pavlenkov, Article 70.
  3. Zhiltsov, Article 190-1.
  4. Kapranov, Article 190-1.

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R0SHAL [Moscow Region]

  • V. Lukanin, Article 70 (sent to a psychiatric prison-hospital).

PERM REGION

  • Anatoly Marchenko (Perm Region, Nyrob, camp), Article 190-1,
    two years in strict-regime camps.

DNEPROPETROVSK

  • I. Sokulsky.

KIROV

  • Boris Talantov, Article 190-1, two years.

ROSTOV

  1. Sher, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Article 190-1, two years.
  2. A. A. Petrov-Agatov, Article 70.

HUMAN RIGHTS YEAR IN THE SOVIET UNION CONTINUES.

The Chronicle will be appearing in 1970.