Belarus web activist Oleg Bebenin (Aleh Byabenin) found hanged

Modern (energy/frequency) weapons leave no traces, so finding no other injuries means nothing.

Last farewell said to Aleh Byabenin in Minsk (Video, Photo) (Charter 97)

Oleg Bebenin was an active member of the Belarussian opposition

Officials in Belarus say a prominent opposition figure found hanged at his weekend home outside the capital, Minsk, on Friday committed suicide.

Forensic examiners established that, apart from the noose mark on Oleg Bebenin’s neck, there were no other injuries, a local prosecutor said.

Mr Bebenin, 36, founded Charter 97, a leading opposition website critical of President Alexander Lukashenko.

Colleagues said they could not believe the father-of-two had killed himself.

They pointed out that he had left no note and Charter 97’s editor, Natalia Radina, said he had not been having any family or health problems.

He had, she told independent Moscow radio station Ekho Moskvy, been absorbed in his work and campaigning for opposition presidential hopeful Andrei Sannikov.

Most independent media in Belarus have closed down and the authorities barely tolerate political dissent, correspondents say.

4 September 2010 Last updated at 17:13 GMT

Source: BBC News

1 thought on “Belarus web activist Oleg Bebenin (Aleh Byabenin) found hanged”

  1. Murdering opponents and declaring it suicide is common in Germany. This happened for example to Erich Mühsam during the 3rd Reich. Today brainwashing and steering techniques are used to kill. Known cases are my brother Markus Bott in 2009 and Kirsten Heisig in 2010.
    Oleg Bebenins death shows signs of Germany being involved.


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