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Novosibirsk Region

The investigator puts pressure on Vitaliy Popov from Novosibirsk, obliging him to study about 5,000 pages of the criminal case in a week

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Russia Loses Conscientious Workers as Attacks on Faith Go On

According to tabulations April 20, 2020, three years after the liquidation of Jehovah’s Witnesses’ communities, 332 people became victims of criminal prosecution, 166 of these undergoing imprisonment. These are honest, non-drinking workers: teachers, builders, firefighters, accountants, lawyers. Authorities ruin their career, paralyze their life.

Judge Ekaterina Kashina left a 66-year-old believer from Novosibirsk in a pre-trial detention center, despite the serious risk of his infection with COVID-19

Novosibirsk Region

In Novosibirsk, the interrogator provoked Vitaliy Popov to self-incriminate. Prior to this, the believer was fired. The termination came after a call from the security forces to Vitaliy’s employer

Novosibirsk Region

Faith in God and reading the Bible equated to crime. Read the biography of Maksim Eremeev from Novosibirsk who will soon face trial

Novosibirsk Region

On January 13, four interviewed witnesses in the case of Yuri Savelyev explained that he had never organized any activities of any extremist organization

Novosibirsk Region

In Novosibirsk, the court began consideration of Yuriy Savelyev case. The request of the defense to return the case to the prosecutor was rejected

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In Novosibirsk, Valeriy Maletskov was released from house arrest. Now under a recognisance agreement, he awaits trial for his religious views

Novosibirsk Region

In Novosibirsk, Aleksandr Seredkin was released from house arrest on recognisance agreement. Criminal case for faith against him still open

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Vitaliy Popov from Novosibirsk found answers to his questions in the Bible and became suspected of extremism because of that. Read his biography

Novosibirsk Region

Novosibirsk citizen persecuted for “reading and discussing literature declared extremist.” Read her bio

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Aleksandr Seredkin’s bio published. He is under house arrest in Novosibirsk because of his religious affiliation

Novosibirsk Region

New Criminal Case in Novosibirsk: 70 Interrogated

On April 19, 2019, Federal Security Service (FSB) officers raided 12 private apartments of citizens thought to be Jehovah’s Witnesses. In all, 70 persons were interrogated and three of them, one a woman, were detained. On the next day, the local court put the two men, 64-year-old Aleksandr Seredkin, and Valeriy Maletskov, 44, under house arrest. The third person detained, Marina Chaplykina, 48, was confined to a restricted residence.
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