15.5 The Case of Levitin-Krasnov

No 15 : 31 August 1970 On 22 August 1970 the Orthodox writer Anatoly Levitin-Krasnov returned to Moscow after being released from custody in Sochi (for details about A. Krasnov see Chronicle 10.4). He had spent eleven months in confinement, having been held in the Armavir prison [North Caucasus] together with criminals. The investigator in…

Commentary No 30

No 30 : 31 December 1973 30.1 The trial of Yakir and Krasin [1]  One witness, Anatoly Levitin-Krasnov, circulated in samizdat a verbatim account of his own examination. In the course of this he quoted a statement by Yakir, Bukovsky and himself in which they described in detail their negative attitude to the NTS. [2]…

11.12 Repressive acts against the Action Group for Human Rights

No 11 : 31 December 1969 Repressive acts against Members of the Action Group and those who supported Appeals to the United Nations (May to December 1969) Members of the Action Group: G. Altunyan, engineer from Kharkov, sentenced to three years in a labour camp under Article 190-1. V. Borisov, worker from Leningrad, arrested under…