Keeping track of the case

A new page has been added to the TRIALS menu (above).

APPEALS, Aug. 2020-Nov. 2021 now follows TIMELINE 1 (1997-2018) and TIMELINE 2 (2018-2020).

The CHARGES page has two essential reports that reveal much of what went on behind closed doors during the first two trials: Nikita Girin’s long and informative article (in two parts) WHAT WE’VE UNCOVERED published in July 2020, and the linguist Irina Levontina’s interview with Zoya Svetova NATASHA HELD FIRM (published in September last year).

A statement from the Supreme Court may be made this week (22-27 December) about the Dmitriev case: for those who read Russian here is the link to the case on the Court’s website. The pages listed under the TRIALS menu provide an overview and give rapid access to articles, interviews and reports in English that document the shifts and changes of the past five years.


OCTOBER 2017 – video clips

Video Clips since June 2017 (complete list)

The letter E following a clip indicates
that an English text is available, in part (e) or as a whole [E]

Gleb Pavlovsky (political commentator) – 28 October

Georgy Frangulyan (sculptor) – 27 October [e]

Leonid Weintraub (art specialist) – 22 October

Andrei Makarevich (rock musician) – 19 October [e]

Vladimir Martynov (composer) – 16 October [E]

Ludmila Ulitskaya (writer) – 11 October
plus footage of Yury DMITRIEV in 2007 and 2014 [E]

Yury Norstein (animated film-maker) – 1 October

Natalya Solzhenitsyn (president of Solzhenitsyn Foundation) – 1 October

Lev Shlosberg (journalist and politician) – 1 October