Tomas is an antifascist from Minsk. Detained on September 27, 2016 after a fight with a right-wing football hooligan. On January 25, 2017 he was convicted under art. 339.2 (malicious hooliganism) to 2.5 years of custodial restraint.
On April 25, 2018 he was transferred under house arrest by a commutation. The sentence expires on January 11, 2019.
Maxim Yahnieshka is an antifascist from Grodno. On September 7, 2016, he was sentenced to 3 years of custodial restraint for a fight with right-wing hooligans (art. 186 Threat of homicide, malicious bodily harm or property destruction) and for robbing another hooligan of his hat (art. 206.2 Robbery with threat of violence + art. 339.1 Hooliganism).
Vadim Boyko is an antifascist supporter of FC Partyzan from Minsk. He was detained on March 22, 2016 together with other people on suspicion of participating in the attack on the right-wing hooligans that happened about two years ago. On March 10, 2017 sentenced to 4 years. FC Partyzan (former MTZ-RIPO) is an antiracist football club that doesn’t exist any more, while there are still some active groups of hooligans involved in street fights. As reported, on June 29, 2014 a mob of Partyzan supporters attacked a trolley-bus carrying a gang of right-wing hooligans of FC Torpedo.
On Thursday November 10th, 2016 Portland exploded with over ten thousand people hitting the streets in opposition to the election of Donald Trump to the highest position of power in the world. The evening saw rebellious acts by youth of color and anarchists taking actions against bourgeois businesses in the Pearl District, one of Portland’s most gentrified neighborhoods, against car dealerships and against city infrastructure.
Thirteen antifascists in Stockholm, Sweden, received prison sentences after riots connected to a protest in Kungsan against a Swedish Nazi party during the elections in 2014.
In the aftermath the Swedish security police, SÄPO, singled out fifteen people who they claimed to be active in the antifascist movement. The thirteen sentenced to prison have over €35 000 in fines, damages and trial costs. Eight of the thirteen were sentenced on July 1st, 2016 to 4-12 months.
Valentin was arrested on July 1, 2015, and was accused of taking part in violent clashes between antifascist ultras and neo-Nazi hooligans after a football match between SV Werder Bremen and Hamburger SV. The violent confrontation began when fascist hooligans from Bremen attacked a group of ultras, identifying them as left-wing antifascists. He is charged with aggravated battery and severe breach of the peace (schwerer Landfriedensbruch).
Vlad Lenko is an antifascist from Ivatsevichi (Brest region). Detained on December 27, 2014 on suspicion of taking part in a fight with local neonazis that took place on December 23, 2014. Accused of group hooliganism and aggravated bodily harm. In September 2015, he was sentenced to 6 years of penal colony with reinforced regime.
In September 2015 sentenced to 6 years of penal colony with reinforced regime and needs to pay a damage of 1000 euro.
In October 2019, Vlad was included in the amnesty and released.
Roman Bogdan is an antifascist from Brest arrested on April 1, 2015 on suspicion of participation in the fight with neo-nazis that took place on May 8, 2013. Together with Dzmitry Stsyashenka they were charged with aggravated bodily harm. On October 3, 2015, Roman was sentenced to 8 years of penal colony with reinforced regime (339.3, 147.2) and 3500 euro of damages to be paid to the injured nazis. On December 15, 2015 his sentenced was reduced to 6 years.
In 2019, his term was commuted by the amnesty, projected release date is March 23, 2020.