Russian Anti-fascist prisoner Rinat Sultanov needs your support!

Rinat Sultanov was arrested in Saint-Petersburg of Russia 3rd of November, in eve of yet another “Day of People’s Unity”, most favourite Russian state holiday of the fascists, after a siege of appartment of anti-fascists which lasted several hours. He is accused according to statute 111 of Russian criminal codex, “Grievous bodily harm, caused with an intent”, for a fight with local fascists, which took place in autumn of year 2008.

Rinat is born from the city of Labytnangi of the far-northern Siberia. Few years ago he moved to St. Petersburg, and immediately took active part to the local anti-fascist movement. He was involved in both setting up anti-fascist websites and street activities. He considers himself as an anarchist and RASH-skinhead.

Currently Sultanov is remanded to Remand prison №4 of St. Petersburg. Right now support group does not need material help, however it is important to support Rinat with letters during the remand imprisonement!

You may write to

Rinat Sultanov

FBU IZ-47\4

ul. Lebedeva d. 39

195009 Saint-Petersburg Russia

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