25.05.2021 — was being investigated for taking part in anti-government protests on 9-11 August 2020. Killed himself. In his suicide note he wrote, "The Investigative Committee is to blame for that."
Uladzimir Krysionak (Vladimir Krysionok)
Navapolatsk, 41 years old
30.05.2022 — an employee of Naftan, who participated in the strike, was found hanged at home. On May 24, Vladimir was detained by the GUBOPiK, but after 72 hours he was released on bail. The security forces threatened Vladimir with 12 years in prison.
Dzmitry Dudoits (Dmitry Dudoits)
Smarhon, 43 years old
5.01.2022 — committed suicide by jumping off the bridge while serving his term in the open air prison in Mahiloŭ
Vital Shyshou (Vitaly Shyshov)
Kyiv, 26 years old
02.08.2021 — he left his flat in Kyiv to go jogging and disappeared. On 3 August his body was found hanged in Sviatoshynsky Forest Park with marks of beating on his face.
Paviel Sibilieu (Paviel Sibiliev)
Minsk, 49 years old
12.10.2021 — a bus driver who was seriously injured by a stun grenade explosion during a protest on 10 August 2020.
Alena Amielina (Elena Amelina)
Minsk, 53 years old
12.10.2021 — caught Covid when serving an administrative arrest in Akrestsina prison for reposting "extremist" materials.
Andrei Zelcar (Andrei Zelcer)
Minsk, 31 years old
28.09.2021 — shot by Belarusian KGB officers, when security officers stormed his apartment in Minsk. The officer he shot at died from injuries.
Aliaksiei Dziamidau (Alexey Demidov)
Minsk, 25 years old
5.09.2020 — his body was found in Minsk. He was a football fan. According to the preliminary conclusion of experts, he died from poisoning, with no signs of violence on his body. His relatives said they were evident.
Siarhiej Schatsinka (Sergey Schetinko)
Asipovichy, 57 years old
11.12.2020 — "after released from detention centre in Asipovičy, where he served an administrative arrest for protests, he was complainging about his health. There he got infected with Covid. "
Stanislau Chur (Stanislav Chur)
Minsk, 31 years old
19.09.2020 — a worker Minsk Electrotechnical Plant, committed suicide. He was found hanged during a lunch break. He constantly attended rallies and strikes, for which he faced pressure from the administration.
Hienadz Kisiel (Gennady Kisiel)
Salihorsk, 50 years old
12.08.2020 — a watchman of the Salihorsk department of the KGB, Leanid Štajda, killed Hienadź Kisiel with clippers right on the street for differences in political views.
Kanstantsin Shyshmakou (Konstantin Shishmakov)
Vaukavysk, 29 years old
15.08.2020 — found dead in a forest by the Nioman river.
Vitold Ashurak (Vitold Ashurok)
Biarozauka (Lida region), 50 years old
21.05.2021 — activist of the Belarusian Popular Front party, local coordinator of the opposition movement "For Freedom". He was sentenced to 5 years in prison on 18 January 2021, and died in a penal colony in Škloŭ reportedly from cardiac arrest.
Raman Bandarenka (Roman Bondarenko)
Minsk, 29 years old
12.11.2020 — beaten by plainclothes police officers in courtyard near his house in Minsk; died in the hospital due to brain damage.
Dzianis Kuzniatsou (Denis Kuznetsov)
Minsk, 41 years old
29.09.2020 — beaten to death in Akrestsina prison. Skull fracture.
Aliaksandr Budnitski (Alexander Budnitsky)
Minsk, 53 years old
12.08.2020 — found dead in a courtyard near Riga shopping centre in Minsk.
Mikita Kryucou (Nikita Krivtsov)
Maladziechna, 28 years old
12.08.2020 — found hanged near Parnikovaja Street in the Partyzanski district of Minsk.
Aliaksandr Taraikouski (Aleksandr Taraikovsky)
Minsk, 34 years old
10.08.2020 — was shot dead during the protest at the Puškinskaja metro station in Minsk.
Artsiom Parukou (Artiom Porukov)
Minsk, 19 years old
16.08.2020 — found dead on the street in Minsk when returning home from his girlfriend.
Hienadz Shutau (Gennady Shutov)
Brest, 43 years old
19.08.2020 — shot dead in Brest. Irreversible brain damage from a gunshot wound to the head.
Aliaksandr Vikhor (Alexander Vikhor)
Homiel, 25 years old
12.08.2020 — died in a police van from cardiac arrest; a lot of people were stuffed in the police van, no help was provided.
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