An hour in Grodno in the apartment where he lives with his family journalist "Gazeta Wyborcza" Andrzej Poczobut, three KGB described his property.
As told to Andrew Pochobut "Freedom," the three KGB showed the investigator regional prosecutor's office about how to seize the property. They inspected the apartment and picked the most valuable, in their view, things. They just took the computer as a "murder weapon," said the journalist because he was suspected that he had insulted the President of the Internet, and this was done using a computer, he explained.
A washing machine, a TV and a simulator seized. Why? KGB officers explained that the victim has a right to Alexander Lukashenko, in including — the right to compensation for moral harm that was caused him to reporters.