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In Tyumen, in memory of Anastasia and Stas laid flowers at the monument to the fighters of the Revolution

In Tyumen, January 19 Rally memory of those killed by the Nazis anti-fascists - a lawyer Markelov and Anastasia Baburova.

About twenty people gathered at six o'clock in the evening at a monument to the fighters of the revolution: the Tyumen anti-fascists, anarchists, journalists and simply indifferent. On the pedestal of the monument to put photos of Nastya and Stas. Participants lit candles and laid red carnations to the portraits. Despite the wind, the candles were burning, even when the action ended. See below for video from the rally.

None of the participants did not know Nastya and Stas personally, but came remembering the dead and the day of the killing - January 19, 2009."I feel a sincere respect for the people whom we remember today" - says one of the protesters, an anarchist Nastia Schepelina.

Stas and flooring - known fighters against fascism - the Nazis killed two years ago in central Moscow.Killer found, but every year in many cities in Russia people are out to commemorate the victims of anti-fascists. In Tyumen, share a second time. This year, organizers wanted to hold a rally, but the city administration did not agree him, referring to the fact that all police will be involved in the baptism and the football game. Despite this, laying flowers at the police attended. Nevertheless, there were no incidents.

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