Alexey Sutuga

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Address: Sutuga Alexey Vladimirovich, 1986 g.r, Pervyj promyshlennyj massiv, kvartal 9, stroenie 10/1, IK-14, Angarsk Irkutskaya oblast, Russia, Venäjä, 665809

On September 2014 Alexey was sentenced to 3 years and 1 month in the prison settlement.

Alexey Sutuga has been a member of Autonomous Action since the early 2000s. He was first active in Irkutsk and then in Moscow. He participated in every single major campaign of the anarchist movement in the past ten years, and supported the journal Avtonom. In 2007, he joined the ecological protest camp against uranium enrichment in city of Angarsk in Siberia, which was assaulted by nationalists in the early morning hours. Ilya Borodaenko from Nahodka of Pacific Ocean was murdered there, and a number of other visitors of the camp were seriously wounded.


On the 5 th of April Moscow anarchist and antifascist Alexey Sutuga was detained. He was going back with friends from the show in the club Rock House, when several plain clothes police officers approached to them near “Izmaylovskaya” metro station, they called themselves the criminal investigators from Petrovka, 38.

On the 7 th of April it became known that Sutuga is charged in the criminal offense (“hooliganism in the group of people”), to be exact, the fight with nazis on the 2 nd of January 2014. Alexey himself says that in the evening of the 2 nd of January he tried to intervene streetfighting between two groups of people he did not know in prior.

News on the persecution against Alexey Sutuga: http://avtonom.org/en/people/aleksei-sutuga

In 2012 he was accused of having taken part in an incident in the Moscow club "Vozdukh", where on 17th of December 2011, during a punk-hardcore concert, a conflict between the audience and the security took place. He was released on bail in July 2013, and amnestied in January 2014. More on the 2012 case of the Moscow anti-fascists: http://avtonom.org/en/mda

The Butyrka prison also has a form which can be used in order to send letters: http://wr1.fsin-service.ru/Letter-Client/main.html#new_letter However, this form is only in Russian and paying for this service (minimal payment is around 1.20 euros) requires either a Russian bank account or an account with some internet payment system, common in Russia (such as yandex.dengi or webmoney). In the form, you must indicate year of birth of Sutuga - - 1986.