Prosecutor Oleg Bozhelko disappeared after having been removed as a prosecutor. His wife told somebody that he was alive and in good health. Nobody knows where he is. Some think maybe in Russia.
As to Dr. Devoino, his days are no more in danger.
The last news I heard were that he had eye problems. I hope he will recover completely.
The last terrible news from Belarus is that in the night from 15 - 16 August, the member of Parliament Kriutchkoff and his brother were found dead in a drain in the streets of Minsk.
The official version is an accident, highly unlikely.
Rep. Kriutchkoff was very helpful to Prof Nesterenko and Belrad, and the independent work. He was the President of the Parliamentary Committee for Chernobyl, and organized Parliamentary hearings, where independent scientists were able to present their work and express their critics for the official cover-up and spending of billion rubles for useless research and false results.
This is one more blow against independent research on Chernobyl.
One good news: A Chernobyl exhibition is taking place at the UN in Geneva, organized by the OCHA (United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs).
It features the 2000 OCHA report with a foreword by Kofi annan and a book "Chernobyl Legacy" which can be purchased online : http://www.de-mo.org, the proceedings will go to the UN Chernobyl support work