MOSCOW: DEMONSTRATION ON RED SQUARE AGAINST VIOLENCE OF ARMY IN LITHUANIA - FOUR RADICALS ARRESTED


Moscow, January 14, 1991 - A demonstration agains violence of Soviet army in Lithuania was tried to be held on the Red Square infront of Kremlin today at 12 p.m.. 7 persons from Moscow yYouth Cinema School raised posters on which was writen
"Bloodshed in Lithuania is unwashed disgrace for Russia" and
"For our and your freedom. 68 - 91 Chekoslovakia - Lithuania."
The demonstration lasted less than 3 minutes because all participants were detained by militia and taken away to a local militia station. Names of demonstrators for of whom are members of the Radical Prty 1990 are
Stepanova Alla (Director of the School, RP member)
Kerzina Olga (RP member, teacher of the School)
Malkin Vadim (RP member, teacher of the School)
Miroshnikov Aleksej (RP member, student of the School)
Sergej Grachev (teacher of the School, student of the All-Union Institute of Cinematography)
Papernov Ilja (teacher of the School, student of the All-Union Institute of Cinematography)
Samsonov Daniil (teacher of the School, student of the All-Union Institute of Cinematography)