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In Yakutia, the prosecutor recommended seven years in prison for a peaceful believer, Igor Ivashin. The verdict will be announced on March 31 in the Lensky District Court

Photo: Vladimir Alushkin and Tatyana Alushkina

On March 30, 2020, Vladimir Alushkin, sentenced to six years in a colony for believing in Jehovah, left the pre-trial detention center after the sentence was canceled. In total, the believer spent almost nine months in prison – 293 days. It was a touching scene as he rejoined his wife and friends on the way home.
Penza Region

In the Lensk District Court of Yakutia, the sentencing of Igor Ivashin was postponed to April 1. The prosecutor recommended that the believer be assigned seven years in prison

Sakha (Yakutia)

“I was a peaceful Christian and will remain so,” Igor Ivashin said in court in his last word. For taking that stand he faces seven years in prison

Sakha (Yakutia)

The prosecutor’s office returned the case of Sergey Melnikov, directing the Investigative Committee to conduct a linguistic examination of the case

Primorye Territory

The trial against believers continues in Yelizovo: the prosecution witness does not recognize the defendant, the prosecutor discovers his religious bias

Kamchatka Territory

Aleksey Loskutov, a peaceful family man, is one of the victims of a round-up of believers in Chita. His biography is published

Trans-Baikal Territory

In the City of Penza, Court of Appeal Overturns Conviction of Six Jehovah's Witnesses. Alushkin Must Leave Jail in the Near Future

On March 25, 2020, the Penza Regional Court quashed the verdict for believers Vladimir and Tatyana Alushkin, Vladimir Kulyasov, Andrey Magliv, Galiya Olkhova, and Denis Timoshin and returned the case for a new trial. Vladimir Alushkin should exit the pre-trial detention center as soon as the hard copy of the appeal ruling is received there.
Penza Region

In Komi, Gennadiy Polyakevich, the father of a minor child, will remain in custody for another three months by the court decision

Komi

In Smolensk, the investigator eased the restriction imposed on four believers from house arrest to a recognizance not to leave the place of residence. Charges still pending

Smolensk Region

In Yakutia, the prosecutor recommended seven years in prison for a peaceful believer, Igor Ivashin. The verdict will be announced on March 31 in the Lensky District Court

Sakha (Yakutia)

In Birobidzhan, the prosecutor wants to convict the believer out of public view. Contrary to the principle of publicity, hearings on the case of Yevgeniy Yegorov are held behind closed doors

Jewish Autonomous Area