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The Supreme Court of Belarus recognized the organization BYPOL, created by the Belarusian security forces who quit after the protests, as a terrorist organization, the country's Prosecutor General's Office reported. Its activities in the country are prohibited, and participation in it threatens with criminal liability. analytical center» and “Mobilization plan” Peramoga “.
“The activity of this organization is connected with the formation of ideas of radicalism in society and the inclination of citizens to extremist activities in order to change the constitutional order of the Republic of Belarus by illegal means,” — The report says.
The department claims that the organization was engaged in training in the manufacture of explosives and weapons, “the tactics of providing forceful resistance to law enforcement officers,” worked out and planned terrorist and extremist actions.
“As a result, various extremist crimes, including acts of terrorism, have been committed on the territory of the country,” — said the Prosecutor General's Office.
BYPOL has existed since October 2020, unites former and current employees of the law enforcement agencies of Belarus. The organization calls its goal “the restoration of democracy in Belarus, headed by the people's leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, and the holding of new presidential and parliamentary elections based on democratic principles.”
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In early March 2021, the Belarusian Prosecutor General’s Office opened a criminal case against representatives of the BYPOL organization who left the country, in particular, against the former prosecutor Oleg Talerchik and investigator Igor Loban. Prior to this, BYPOL published an audio recording in which a man with a voice similar to the voice of the former head of the Main Directorate for Combating Organized Crime and Corruption (GUBOPiK) of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Belarus Nikolai Karpenkov (now Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs — commander of internal troops) ordered during the dispersal of protesters after the election, they “either maim, or mutilate, or kill.” In addition, he talked about plans to create a special camp for those convicted for participating in the protests. The Ministry of Internal Affairs called it a fake.
In November, BYPOL was recognized as extremist.