Autukhovich involved in the case, former military Vladimir Osipenko was released on parole in the evening on November 5. Osipenko been in custody since February 2009.
"That's fine — a breath of fresh air, meet with relatives who you have been waiting for. However, immediately I will fight for the liberation of my friend Autuhovich. I think if we all require, and let him go. Nor should people sit for 5 rounds 5 years" — said Vladimir Osipenko Radio Liberty.
Osipenko was sentenced This year, May 6 to three years imprisonment for possession of weapons and explosives (st.295 Criminal Code).
Details later on the air and on the website of "Freedom."