becomes aide to parliamentarian Yushenkov
Interfax, March 3, 2003
MOSCOW. March 3 (Interfax) - Grigory Pasko, a military
journalist who was sentenced for spying and then released on parole,
on Monday became an aide to State Duma deputy and co-chairman of
the Liberal Russia party Sergei Yushenkov.
Russian journalist Pasko wins reporting prize
Reuters, December 10, 2002
PARIS, Dec 10 (Reuters) - Imprisoned Russian journalist
Grigory Pasko was named by French media watchdog Reporters
Without Borders (RSF) on Tuesday as the winner of
its 11th annual Fondation de France prize.
Pasko Transferred to Labor Camp...
RFE/RL MEDIA MATTERS
Vol. 2, No. 36, 20 September 2002
On 11 September, journalist Grigorii
Pasko was to be transferred to a forced-labor camp,
according to the Bellona Foundation's website (http://www.bellona.no).
International PEN said it is deeply alarmed by the
transfer. While serving a sentence for his work as
a military journalist, Pasko edited the Bellona Foundation's
St. Petersburg magazine "Environment and Rights" from
prison. A Norwegian environmental organization, Bellona
reported that it was contacted from Vladivostok by
Pasko's wife, Gallina Morozova, with the news that
he was to be transferred to a labor camp in Ussuriysk,
a city 100 kilometers from Vladivostok...
Appeal Pasko Conviction
The Associated Press. July 11, 2002.
Prominent lawmakers and activists appealed to the
Supreme Court chairman Wednesday to reconsider a treason
conviction against Grigory Pasko, a military journalist
whose case has angered international media freedom
lawmakers appeal to Supreme Court chairman to reconsider
treason verdict against journalist
Associated Press, July 10, 2002
MOSCOW - Prominent Russian lawmakers and activists
appealed Wednesday to Russia's Supreme Court chairman
to reconsider a treason conviction against a military
journalist whose case has angered international media
4 Held in Pasko Demonstration
The Moscow Times, January 9, 2002
Combined Reports Police briefly detained four people
Monday after they took part in a demonstration against
the conviction for treason of journalist and former
navy captain Grigory Pasko, NTV television reported.
Four Detained During Moscow Rally
January 8, 2002
MOSCOW (AP) - Four organizers of
a demonstration against a journalist's conviction
for treason were detained and are due in court Wednesday,
Russian media reported.
Action in Support of Military Journalist Grigory
Lubyanskaya square, January 7, 2001
Mr. Putin's Latest 'Spy'
December 27, 2001
THE EVIDENCE is growing that Vladimir Putin sees no
connection between the new partnership he says he
is seeking between Russia and the West and his own
domestic policies, which frequently violate Western
norms of democracy and human rights. Mr. Putin continues
to repress independent media that report critically
on his government, and he appears determined to continue
his military's brutal campaign against rebels in Chechnya,
following a feint at negotiations.
Pasko: Committed to Telling the Toxic Truth
Times, Tuesday, October 9, 2001
Four years ago, Russian Navy Captain Grigory Pasko
- then a military journalist - was jailed on charges
of high treason for allegedly selling state secrets
to Japan, primarily concerning
Russia's disposal of nuclear waste. Pasko, who was
a stringer for Japanese news station NHK, had filmed
the dumping of liquid radioactive waste in the Sea
of Japan and documented other environmental hazards
created by the Pacific Fleet.