Mikalai Dziadok is a Belarusian anarchist. On May 27, 2011 was found guilty of the attack on the casino “Shangri La”, the attack on the Trade Union Federation building and the participation in the anti-militarist manifestation near the General Staff and sentenced to 4.5 years of standard regime penal colony for group hooliganism. On February 26, 2015 was sentenced to another year in prison for disobedience to the prison administration.
Along with other activists was detained on September 3, 2010 on suspicion of the attack on the Russian embassy in solidarity with the Khimki arrestees. On October 1, 2010 was accused of the participation in the anti-militarist march near the General Staff. He had spent 29 days in a detention facility before the accusation was filed against him, though according to the Belarusian law they could only keep him for 10 days maximum.
Mikalai was consistently denying his fault during the investigation and in court.
He has had some health problems with an ingrown nail but had had to wait for more than a month before having been transported to the prison hospital for an operation.
The damage inflicted by the crimes is estimated at 2.4 mln BYR ($500).
On February 26, 2015 the prisoner was sentenced to another year of prison for violation of prison rules.
Pardoned by the president on August 22, 2015.