18.4 News from the Camps

No 18 : 5 March 1971 MORDOVIA Alexei Murzhenko and Yury Fyodorov, who were convicted at the Leningrad “hijackers trial”, have arrived at camp No. 10 (post office Leplei, a special-regime camp); Boris Penson has arrived in camp No. 19. The rest of those convicted in the same case are being held in investigation prisons:…

15.8 Inmates of the Women’s Political Camp ZhKh 385/3

No 15 : 31 August 1970 Mordovia camp complex, ZhKh 385/3 1. Zaritskaya, Yekaterina Mironovna Born 1914 in the town of Kolomyya [Ivano-Frankovsk Region] in the family of a school teacher. Graduated from Lvov’s Lysenko Musical Institute and the Lvov Polytechnic Institute. Arrested in 1934 for taking part in the assassination of the Polish minister…

15.10 News in Brief

No 15 : 31 August 1970 [1] Pyotr Grigoryevich Grigorenko is still being held (see Chronicle 14.2) in the Psychiatric Hospital in Chernyakhovsk [Kaliningrad Region]. On 3 July his wife Z.M. Grigorenko, his son Andrei and his son’s fiancée travelled there to visit him. The head of the hospital, Major Belokopytov, refused to allow the…

12.9 News in brief

No 12 : 28 February 1970 [1] TASHKENT. Seidomet Khalibayev was arrested at the end of December 1969 under Article 190-1 [Article 194-1 in Uzbek SSR Criminal Code]. Earlier served a sentence in connection with the case of Yury Osmanov. [2] Nuri Abduraimov. Born 1940, arrested 8 January 1970 in the town of Yangiyul, Uzbek…

10.15 News in brief

No 10 : 31 August 1969 [1] On 13 June the poet Ivan Sokulsky, who is about 30 years old, was arrested in Dnepropetrovsk [in S.E. Ukraine]. He had earlier been dismissed from his job and expelled from Dnepropetrovsk University where he was in his fifth year. After this he worked as a fireman and…