When people were distributed in cells and yards in the isolation ward on Akrestsin Street, Dzyanis was beaten several times: this way the officers urged the detainees to hurry. He got into the yard with more than a hundred other men. Behind the wall were the sounds of beatings and shouts: "I love OMON!" One and a half hundred people from his yard were given two loaves of bread for a day. Dzyanis spent all this time on his feet.
In court Dzyanis was accused of taking part in a rally elsewhere. He allegedly shouted "Long live Belarus", "Whiskered cockroach". Dzyanis's arguments that he was detained elsewhere, about which there is even a video on the Internet, were answered as standard: "There is no reason not to trust police officers." Judgment: 6 days of arrest.