Ten hours later they were transferred to a 5-bed cell, where 33 people were kept. Sleeping or even just staying there was very difficult. At night officers came and had him sign a detention report with the words: "Well, did the OMON beat or educate you?" The trial over Mikalai lasted three minutes. "Participated, shouted, clapped his hands" - and traditionally the report showed the wrong time, the wrong place of detention. Judgment: 15 days in jail.
After a while the guy and other detainees were taken to the yard to wait for transportation to Slutsk. Nikolai had a sore knee (he was after the operation), his leg was swollen and he had trouble bending it. Standing for several hours on his knees was unbearably painful. Fortunately, the ambulance doctors noticed the condition of Mikalai's leg and took the guy out of the isoration ward. At the hospital his leg was plastered, he was given injections and released.