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She's also fighting the death penalty in her country."The authorities killed my son four months after the trial and deprived us of the right to appeal," Kovalyova said, explaining why she took to the Internet in her fight for justice.Activists have criticized the justice authorities for tampering with evidence, extracting confessions under torture and handing out arbitrary sentences.The European Union expressed outrage and strongly condemned the executions.
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They also distributed invitations to the play "Trash Cuisine" performed by the underground Belarus Free Theater in Amsterdam.
Creative anger Nikolai Khalezin, director of the theater group, lives in exile in London.
Lyubov Kovalyova has begun an online campaign against the death penalty in her country Belarus ever since her son was executed.
She's hoping for European support to help keep up the pressure on the authorities in Minsk.