On March 25, my daughter was in the theater studio. As you know, that day was the Independence Day of the BNR in Minsk. I was waiting for my child on the street near the house of trade unions. When I saw unknown people in civilian clothes arresting the girl next to me, I just stopped, as I didn't understand how to behave in this situation. At the same moment an unidentified officer ran up to me, grabbed me and dragged me into the van. After that they took me from the minibus to a van and took away my personal belongings.
I spent more than three hours in the police station for interrogation, after which they let me go without returning my personal belongings.
As it turned out later, the director of the Academy where my daughter studies repeatedly called the 102 line looking for my mother, who didn't show up to pick up her child. As a result of the long wait, there was no reaction from the Interior Ministry authorities.
Later the court found me guilty of violating the order of organizing or holding mass events (part 1 of Article 24.23 of the Code of Administrative Offences) and imposed a fine of 2320 rubles.
How much is needed?
300 euro — financial assistance.