VASLEV-Yuzhin Mikhail Ivanovich( One of the leaders of justice and public security)
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Biography VASLEV-Yuzhin Mikhail Ivanovich
Vasiliev-Yuzhin Mikhail Ivanovich (29.10.1876, Pyatigorsk -8.11.1937), one of the leaders of justice and public security. The son of working -. Educated in physics and mathematics faculty of Moscow University (1901), in 1917 passed the external examinations for the Faculty of Law of Tartu University. In 1898 joined the RSDLP, Bolshevik. In 1905, aims VI. Lenin on the Battleship Potemkin, but arrived in Odessa, when the rebellion was already depressed. Then a member of the Moscow Committee RSDLP. In 1906-17 led the Party work in Baku, St. Petersburg, Saratov, worked in the newspaper "Forward" and "Proletarian. Repeatedly arrested, but had not been subjected to serious harassment. In 1917, Deputy. prev. Saratov Board and before. Provincial Committee RSDLP (b). One of the leaders of the uprising in Saratov. After the October coup in December. 1917 became a member of the Board of the NKVD. In Feb.. 1918 again sent to the Chairman of the Saratov Provincial Committee RSDLP (b) and vice. prev. executive committee. Since January. January 1919. 1921 again a member of the Board of the NKVD. The creator of the Soviet militia in December. 1918 - April. Early 1921. General Directorate of the NKVD police. At the same time repeatedly directed to the front, a member of the Revolutionary Military Council of the 15 th Army, led the guerrilla movement. In April. 1921. After the rebellion gained momentum Antonova, sent to Saratov, where he became head of the Revolutionary Committee. Directed the suppression of uprisings in the Saratov province, which was accompanied by large casualties, not only in the uprising, but also "sympathetic"; repression directed against the peasants. After the Civil War in senior positions in the Prosecutor's Office. In 1924-37 Deputy. prev. Supreme Court of the USSR. One of the founders of Soviet justice, that their actions are not guided by the rule of law, and the "proletarian consciousness" and "revolutionary necessity". Author memories. In 1937, arrested. Sentenced to death. Shot. He was posthumously rehabilitated.