Nadiya Savchenko: I will not die until we break the walls of this blood-stained prison of nations #FreeSavchenko

By Nadiya Savchenko, via Mark Feygin (lawyer)
03.13.2015
Translated by Maria Stanislav and edited by Voices of Ukraine

Today, 03.03.2015, Mark Feygin, Nadiya Savchenko’s lawyer, tweeted the letter Nadiya wrote after the rallies held in her support.

“I thank the people who, on March 1, 2015, joined the rally of solidarity for justice and against criminal death!

I stand with you!

I will not die until we, together, break the walls of this blood-stained prison of nations known as the Kremlin!

With gratitude and respect,
Nadiya Savchenko
03.03.2015″

Tens of thousands of people took part in a rally in Moscow, to express outrage at the assassination of Boris Nemtsov and demand freedom of Nadiya Savchenko

Tens of thousands of people took part in a rally in Moscow on 03.01.2015, to express outrage at the assassination of Boris Nemtsov and demand freedom for Nadiya Savchenko

Mark Feygin also tweeted that when asked about the state of her health, and the possibility of ending the hunger strike, Nadiya said she is holding on, and promised to remember that Ukrainians and Russians alike are imploring her not to die.

“One way or another, I got her to promise that should things become too horrible [with her health], she will stop. Those were her words…” – Feygin wrote in his twitter on Tuesday, 03.03.

Mark Feygin also mentioned that tomorrow, 03.04.2015, Nadiya will be taken to another court date, for a hearing of the appeal filed by Feygin concerning Nadiya Savchenko’s immunity as a PACE delegate. “She will be able to give some explanations herself,” he tweeted. The hearing will take place in the Moscow Basmanny District court, at 12:30.

At the last hearing, which took place on February 10, the same court ruled to extend Nadiya Savchenko’s detention until May 13, in spite of her continuation of the hunger strike protesting against her unlawful detention. Nadiya made a speech in court at that time, addressing the Russian people.

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Source: Mark Feygin

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One Response to Nadiya Savchenko: I will not die until we break the walls of this blood-stained prison of nations #FreeSavchenko

  1. crayfish says:

    Reblogged this on UNDER THE TOADSTOOL and commented:
    Heroine

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