Family members say Belarusian video confessions are clearly coerced

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Belarusian authorities have released a video of Sofia Sapega, the girlfriend of the detained journalist Raman Pratasevich. The video appears to show Sapega confessing to being the editor of a channel on the social media site Telegram. Family members have said her and Pratasevich’s confessions were clearly coerced. An earlier video showed Pratasevich saying police were treating him well and confessing to organising anti-government protests in Minsk

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