Manual of the General Prosecutor's Office of Belarus at a press conference in Minsk on Monday showed a film shot in the KGB detention center on the willingness of the former Belarusian presidential candidate Ales Mikhalevich cooperate with the KGB.
The movie was filmed with a hidden camera. Asked by reporters whether Michalevic notified of keeping shots prosecutors did not respond.
As demonstrated frames Michalevic told the investigator that was loyal to the government, he assured that he is a strong ally of the KGB. "I'm sure something can be potentially useful. I am ready to help. I'ma man, who so far no one threw and did not cheat. Can count," — said Michalevic.
The former candidate suggested that "will tie with the policy." "I can not stop his political activities, or stop altogether. … What I can offer to someone to come out and meet. All depends on how you best," — said Michalevic.
The fact that the KGB takes about Mikhalevich film, the politician said, even when he was in Minsk. After revealing his allegations of torture in the KGB his March 5 was summoned for questioning, where shown some footage. "I was told that this is only a small part of what is, and what all of this will be a good feature film," — said in an interview then Michalevic "Freedom."
Recall, February 28, on Monday during a press conference in Minsk Mikhalevich said torture remand KGB, and the fact that he broke the agreement on cooperation with the KGB, which had to sign before you get out of prison in on his own recognizance. In mid-March Michalevic nezvzabave disappeared and reappeared in the Czech Republic, where on March 23 was granted political asylum.