Aleksandr Litreev was in disbelief as he staggered from the beating he had just endured at the hands of Russian officials. They had pulled a sack of MDMA from his car and were now accusing him of ownership. Aleksandr could barely accept what was happening. He had never been involved with drugs, let alone MDMA. He couldn’t understand how this happened or why he was targeted. All he knew was that he was innocent and needed to prove it.
Aleksandr was determined to clear his name, so he set out to find out everything he could about MDMA. He spoke to experts, read research papers, and spoke to people who had taken the drug. He quickly realized that there were many ways that the drug could have ended up in his car and that he could not have known about it.
Aleksandr was able to prove his innocence and was cleared of all charges. However, the experience profoundly affected him, and he became an advocate for drug education and harm reduction. He now works to raise awareness about the risks of drug use and to help people stay safe.
In mid-2020, a few additional charges were leveled against Litreev involving supposed extremism, hate speech, and possession of foreign records. Like the initial charge, Litreev says these allegations were all fabricated.
Liter has been an outspoken critic of the Russian government and has been involved in opposition politics for many years. He is a member of the Coordination Council, an organization created to facilitate a peaceful transfer of power in Russia.
The Russian government has been cracking down on dissent in recent years, and many government opponents have been arrested or forced into exile. Litreev’s arrest is part of this trend.
Litreev’s case is currently being appealed, but he remains in detention. The family and friends of his are concerned about his safety and wellbeing.
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