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Belarus: NEXTA encourages Belarusian Security service defections


The NEXTA Telegram channel is actively encouraging Belarusian security service defections.  Large scale defections would likely precipitate an overt Russian intervention into Belarus. NEXTA published personal information for 1000 security service personnel it claims are complicit in protester detentions on September 19. NEXTA published security services personnel’s full names, birthdays, cities of operation, departmental affiliations, and commanding officers. NEXTA is expunging personnel from the list who confirm their resignation from security services, implying that those individuals have contacted it. NEXTA has expunged five such individuals as of this writing. Published data on security services personnel Minsk right now. The situation is…

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