Dmitri Linter

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Dmitri Linter () (born November 22, 1973 in Tallinn) is a Russophone political activist in Estonia. He is a leader of the Nochnoy Dozor advocacy group that opposed the relocation of the Bronze Soldier of Tallinn memorial.


Linter was born on 22 November 1973 in Tallinn. Linter's mother is Leonora Linter.

Political career

In the European Parliament elections of 2004 he was a candidate of the "Russian Party in Estonia", In the parliamentary elections in Estonia in 2007, he was candidate of the Constitution Party,


On April 27, 2007, Dmitri Linter was arrested on charges of organizing mass riots. His wife, Marina Linter, has asserted the alibi that on the night of April 26 Dmitri Linter was at home "keeping multiple contacts with the press". Izvestia May 4, 2007 Rambler-news 4 May 2007 Marina Linter claimed that Dmitri Linter had appeared two hours after his detention in the Mustamäe hospital under an intravenous line and that after arrival of his family Linter in unconscious state was moved by police in an undisclosed location and on the next day his arrest was officially announced. She also claimed that despite all the pleas of his wife neither Linter's location nor his state of health were...
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